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Multitool PYNWC

In NWC you'll have to install PYNWC as 1 tool, but when invoking it, it's like a second layer: the PYNWC environment, where you have access to a number of tools that I developed using the Python programming language. The reason is that Python has several possibilities that are missing in the Lua language, of which on of the most important is the use of a flexible graphical user interface.

Within this environment you can:
 - see information about the score
 - see help information about the PYNWC environment
 - select a tool
 - see help information about the selected tool
 - see and change parameters for the selected tool
 - run the selected tool
 - see the results after running a tool (before saving)
 - save the changes to the score (if any) in the input file
 - depending on the tool:
   - save the changed score as another NWC file
   - save a generated report into a txt file
   - save a generated worksheet into a xlsx file

You can download the Windows installation file and a link to the full documentation (including installation instructions) in:
https://www.opagust.be/content/nwctools-environment.
Always look on the bright side of life!

Re: Multitool PYNWC

Reply #1
First bug found: the program went in error for a file without 'Send Bank Select' in the Instrument Properties of a staff.
Fixed in release 1.0.1
You can download the Windows installation file in:
https://www.opagust.be/content/nwctools-environment.
Always look on the bright side of life!

Re: Multitool PYNWC

Reply #2
First bug found: the program went in error for a file without 'Send Bank Select' in the Instrument Properties of a staff.
Fixed in release 1.0.1
You can download the Windows installation file in:
https://www.opagust.be/content/nwctools-environment.

OOPS!
The bug fix contained a bug!  :-[
New installation file for version 1.0.1 in https://www.opagust.be/content/nwctools-environment.
Always look on the bright side of life!

 

Re: Multitool PYNWC

Reply #3
I corrected several image links in the documentation:
The tools
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