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Impossible to read with Chrome browser a music score embed on my site and synced to a Youtube video

For some time, it's mpossible to read with Chrome browser a music score embed on my site and synced to a Youtube video (Manage Audio Source).
while reading is correct with Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer and on the site Musescore.com
Namely, last month it was working fine.

You can try:
https://musescore.com/user/1630246/scores/5170585

http://fredipi.yj.fr

What do you know about your oldest family member ever?

Mine was my Grand-Grandma who got 101yrs old...
That means she experienced the whole 20th century + the millennial year in 2000

So to say:
born in 1900, she lived when Claude Debussy died,
Gustav Mahler's last Symphony was composed,
Arnold Schönberg discovered his 12-Tone technique,
The first world war broke out,
Hitler and Stalin came to power,
The second world war broke out,
she survived,
the "Trümmerfrauen" repaired Germany after II. WW (She was one too, I think),
Olivier Messiaen discovered the "modes of limited transposition" and created new ideas in Rhythm,
Pierre Boulez wrote his first works,
Stockhausen became the 20th century "bogeyman of modern music"
Penderecki composed "Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima"
21st century came...
She died in 2001

- The End -

Promposals

Okay, I know a bunch of you are gonna give the whole "I don't relationships" thing, but what do you think about promposals? Like, should a guy ALWAYS go for ridiculous and over the top promposals or like do what they want to and what's best for the girl they want to ask?

I am for the second of those, and I find the over the top ones not genuine at ALL. Like, if you really want to show them you love them, just ask (maybe get some flowers and chocolates too)

Note entry needs a triplet selector

 
I don't see how to include pictures here, or I would show you. Stay with the long description. This was a feature of a notation program that I had in 1986 on an Atari computer! (yeah, I'm *that* old)

Why not include a special "duple-triple" selector in note entry? Entering music that shifts from regular duple (eighth notes) to triplet (eighth note triplet) should be as easy as shifting from eighth note to quarter note. The current tuplet system is more awkward than it should be.

You would click on the added button to change modes.  The appearance of the button will change depending on the mode. When duple (this is how it is now) it would show two eighth notes beamed. When in triple mode it would show three eighth notes beamed. In triple mode, if you select eighth note and enter a note, it would start an eighth-note-triplet to cover one quarter note. In duple mode, the eighth note would be just as it is now. Triplet mode quarter note will start a quarter-note-triplet that covers two beats.

This is not a replacement for the current tuplet system. I only want to enhance note entry. This enhancement would make it easier to enter triplets. Other tuplets would be done with the current setup.
 

Improving customer practices

While Musescore seems a decent product, however their customer services approach is extremely rigid and unfair. I had taken a one year Pro membership an year ago, however couldn't use the account much and almost forgot about it. I realized few days ago that I have been charged for another year due to some apparent default auto-renewal option which I wasn't aware of. When I contacted about the issue, I was pointed towards some T&Cs hidden somewhere in the contract when you sign up for the membership and was refused the payment. 

When I cancelled the account the system allowed it without any issues. So essentially I have paid for services which I have no access to. 

I haven't come across any reputed business that would extract money from unwilling customers for services they are not using in this manner. 

The folks behind Musescore need to think about this if they really want to build some respect for themselves in the long run.