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Date Joined Jan 2006
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| Posted 11/14/2016 4:10 PM (GMT -6) |
| |Writer of Music said...
… I wish MM to fix these instead of implementing some new Tibetan instruments.
And that's what I've been requesting for decades. Ain't gonna happen. It's far more lucrative for a commercial company to always leave a number of bugs unfixed, so we'll all keep buying the next upgrade, only to find a similar number of bugs unfixed.
I hadn't been on this forum regularly for quite a while until the threads on Dorico in the last few weeks. It might just be my imagination, but I've detected a considerable increase in cynicism and, seemingly, defensiveness from certain forum members. Considering the state of Finale and MakeMusic in the last few years, this is certainly understandable, and MakeMusic should take a note of this. Hopefully future versions will promote more healthy attitudes.
Then again, as I said, it might just be me imagining things.
13" MacBook Pro 2.8 Ghz. Intel Core i5, 16 GB RAM, Apogee Duet 2, Samsung SyncMaster 245b
OSX 10.9.5, Finale 2011c and 2014b (not using it yet) w/GPO & JABB, Patterson Plug-Ins, TG-Tools and QuickKeys 4; Sibelius 6, Logic Pro X, Adobe CS3, FontLab Studio 4, FontExplorer X Pro 3
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Date Joined Jun 1999
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| Posted 11/14/2016 9:50 AM (GMT -6) |
|I knew someone was going to ask that! At the moment, Dorico is still functioning under the assumption that spacing can be automated and, as a result, horizontal shifts affecting spacing can't yet be done, although they're looking into implementing this soon. Having said this, there may very well be a setting which determines the minimum amount of space after an augmentation dot, but I haven't dug that deeply yet. I'm planning to post that example on the Dorico forum and see what they say.|
Finale 3.2 - 25, Sibelius 4 - 7
Patterson's plugins, Tobias' plugins, full version, waiting for Jari's plugin update
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