Now I just have to find out how to access the registry information in a user tool...
Thanks Lawrie, but I don't find a sub directory 'Software'.It's not a folder, it's a registry key. You can manually check it out with "regedit" (part of windoze), but I have no idea how to extract data programatically. Can't be too hard as pretty much every application written for windoze uses the registry.
I have version 2.8 Beta 1 of NWC and Windows 10, if that's important.
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\NoteWorthy Software\NoteWorthy Composer 2\StaffColors
Via 'Tools/Options/Color Tab' you can change the colors. But I wonder: where are the stored?
I have written some tools where one can set the color of an object or staff, but I can't show the exact color next to the names ('Highlight 1', ...) in the dialog box.
If I knew where I could find the color values from the Tool/Options, I could present a more user friendly dialog box.
I'm just popping in to say how helpful this tool has been for me over the years since I started using it. Every time I do, I quietly bless Warren.
What would be an awesome update would be the ability to space multiple staves at the same time. Is that out of question? I don't really know how these things work, just that it saves me a lot of time, and I'm grateful!
Hi MikeThanks for the reminder. I should have remembered this, since I did participate on that other thread.
Strictly speaking, it's not NWC2's exporting to MIDI that is the problem. NWC2 doesn't like a string of Instrument changes with no notes between them. This thread explains:
I will let Lawry and Flurmy continue helping you with the custom template thing in NWC 1.75. Perhaps in the background, we'll figure out a way to correct the NWC 2.75 MIDI export behavior so it handles program changes more consistently.