Multiplets and Glissando 1997-05-21 04:00 am Another suggestion for the next upgrade of NoteWorthy Composer is for it to support duplets, quadruplets, quintuplets, etc. It is currently rather annoying to notate, for example, a sixteenth note quintuplet by entering a sixteenth note and four dotted thirty-second notes--and you cannot place a 5 above the group without breaking the beams! Furthermore, it is just as annoying to import a piece that contains eighth note triplets, since they are interpreted as a dotted sixteenth note, sixteenth, dotted sixteenth group. This makes for a very jerky playback, especially at a slow tempo. Fixing this problem may also make glissandos easier to notate, whether they appear as multiplets, or better, with a diagonal wavy line connected the initial and final notes. Finally, these multiplets ought to be able to beamed to other groups, e.g., a sixteenth note triplet beamed to two sixteenth notes for a 4/4 piece. I hope that others would appreciate these changes and that they will be considered in the next upgrade.