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General Discussion / Re: NWC on Facebook
Last post by Opagust -
Me three.  A very long time ago I had a Facebook account, but I chose to delete it, and have never gone back.

Hi Mike,
The NoteWorthy Composer Facebook account published this today:
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Hey! What about Ukulele Chord Charts?
Insert: Object Ukulele.ms (0.5)
https://forum.noteworthycomposer.com/?topic=9380.0
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This can be done using the Glissando.ms object. Although NWC doesn't have support for cross-staff notes, you can apply an offset to the right end point so that it will "connect" to a note on another staff. See the attached example score.

The first measure is a visual-only version, which uses regular notes on each staff.  The second measure will actually play, because there is a hidden note in the lower staff that has the same chromatic position as the note in the upper staff.  I used "black keys" playback, but it doesn't sound quite right because of the starting/ending notes. 

Let me know if you have any questions about the Glissando.ms object.
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How can I notate a gliss?  Especially between two staffs?  I'm trying to do something like this for harp:

https://www.scoringnotes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/harp-ex-1.jpg

(The image shows what I mean!)

Also, is there a way to connect notes in a staff?  For instance, the right and left hand each have notes that are part of one chord?  Thanks in advance!  :D
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General Discussion / Re: NWC on Facebook
Last post by Jean-Yves Levesque -
Même si je ne participe pas à ce forum, je le consulte régulièrement à chaque jour.  Je pense qu'il serait regrettable qu'il passe aux mains de FB.
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General Discussion / Re: NWC on Facebook
Last post by William Ashworth -
I agree that FB shouldn't replace this forum, but there are some indications that it may be doing that, at least partially. Eric has answered several support-type questions on FB recently. We haven't seen him here since a year ago August. I'd give him the benefit of the doubt on this, though, for exactly the reasons David mentioned. If someone knowledgeable isn't monitoring the FB page and answering user questions there, the advice given by other well-meaning but uninformed FB users may lead the questioner pretty far astray. Eric could quite reasonably be trying to head that off. For questions that come to the forum, we have a pretty good cadre of experts here, and Eric clearly trusts us to give accurate advice. I appreciate that - even as I wish he would show up more and let us know the state of the current update cycle.
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Object Plugins / Re: Tempo.ms (version 2.0)
Last post by jfb-from-germany -
Hi Mike,

I'm so sorry, I was very busy the last days, so I didn't find the time to try your object. But now I did, and I must say: it's great!!  :) It's exactly what I was hoping for! So thanks a lot!!

Greetings from Germany,
jfb
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General Discussion / Re: NWC on Facebook
Last post by Lawrie Pardy -
Noteworthy has been of FB for years - it is not a very active presence and is only likely to be if the denizens of FB discover NWC.

I seriously doubt that this forum will disappear any time soon, and certainly not in favour of FB
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General Discussion / Re: NWC on Facebook
Last post by SEBC -
I was happy to see some action and just assumed they were doing some marketing. I never thought about the possibility of replacing the forum with Facebook. That would be unwise, in my opinion.
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General Discussion / Re: NWC on Facebook
Last post by Mike Shawaluk -
Me three.  A very long time ago I had a Facebook account, but I chose to delete it, and have never gone back.
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General Discussion / Re: NWC on Facebook
Last post by hmmueller -
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And if I'm not a Facebook user, then what?
I'm in this situation... If NWC starts using FB instead of this forum I will not be able to participate in the user community  :'(
Me too ...