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Object Plugins / Re: TupletMarks.fso (version 0.1)
Last post by Warren Porter -
Thank you for developing this feature! Do you think it would be possible to develop this feature such that it actually affects the notes' duration and playback? Alternatively, is there a way to hide the triplet marks in a score? Usually when I really want, say a 17 tuplet, I end up writing a bunch of 32nd notes, some of which are tripleted and some of which aren't; when I really want a quintuplet, I write a duplet and a triplet. If there were a way to hide the triplet notation and then just group the whole series of  notes with a tuplet object, it would make the scores look much cleaner (but wouldn't necessarily help with playback realism).  Thanks!
Have you checked this User Tip on various Tuples?  I haven't experimented with adding TupletMarks to this yet.
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Upp. Problem cropped up again. This time, I uninstalled and reinstalled NWC through version 2.51. So far, so good. No pesky messages in regard to port failures. Will leave it at that for purposes of this forum unless problem rearises. However, if it is a glitch, probably something that should be looked at. Otherwise, NWC works splendedly.
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Object Plugins / Re: TupletMarks.fso (version 0.1)
Last post by Mike Shawaluk -
Could I suggest a small alteration. On a modified note the left hand vertical should line up with the note head, and not the accidental.
Likewise, if the final note in the tuplet is dotted, the right hand vertical should probably be aligned with the note head edge, and not the dot, as is done for native triplets:
Code: (nwc) [Select · Download]
!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.751,Single)
|Note|Dur:4th,Triplet=First|Pos:b4|Opts:Stem=Down
|Note|Dur:8th,Triplet|Pos:4|Opts:Stem=Down
|Note|Dur:4th,Dotted,Triplet=End|Pos:4|Opts:Stem=Down
!NoteWorthyComposerClip-End
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Object Plugins / Re: TupletMarks.fso (version 0.1)
Last post by Peter Edwards -
Could I suggest a small alteration. On a modified note the left hand vertical should line up with the note head, and not the accidental.
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So will F6 - although that may not be any help if all the function keys have been remapped by the manufacturer.
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General Discussion / Re: Reassigning function keys?
Last post by Rick G. -
If a song is playing, Esc will stop play.
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This is quite common with HP laptops.

You have two options. 

1. Use the function key with F5 and this will perform the play/stop functions.

If however you really wish to have F5 alone perform the actions, then you need to :

2. Go into the BIOS and change the action on the function keys.
Below a link to some more information for you.
To some, this looks daunting, messing around in the BIOS, but it is OK.
http://h20435.www2.hp.com/t5/The-Next-Bench-Blog/HOW-TO-Disable-The-Fn-Function-on-HP-Laptops/ba-p/77527

HTH



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General Discussion / Reassigning function keys?
Last post by lew.myrick -
F5 has always toggled between Play and Stop.  I bought a new HP laptop that uses F5 to turn on and off the backlight on the keyboard.  It must intercept Noteworthy software, because F5 no longer toggles bewteeen Play/Stop.
Has anyone discovered an alternative to Play/Stop function key outside the Tools/Play/Play dropdown menus?
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Edited Post: I had noted that I ran into "port output fail" messages with CoolSoft VirtualMIDISynth (the program I use to avoid major latency issues) after upgrading to 2.75a.2 from nwc 2.75. Reinstalled NWC through 2.75 (testing at each iteration of NWC software) and problem went away. Could just be a minor glitch, and/or that my particular installation of NWC 2.75a.2 went strange, but thought I would mention it and potential fix in case folks run into similar issues with other auxiliary programs.
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Object Plugins / Re: Acciaccatura.ms (version 1.3)
Last post by Mike Shawaluk -
The Acciaccatura.ms user object has been updated, with the following changes:

  • A parameter has been added to specify the rendering style for down-stem acciaccatura.