I've tried to inquire about this in the past, but always to no avail, with nary a response from the staff. Hopefully this time will be different...
Yesterday I finally decided to start using the "public domain" marker for the five hundred or so public domain transcriptions available on my profile because I was forced to choose between "public domain" and "non-public domain" after I made a typo in a score description and wanted to update it. I went through and selected "public domain" for a sizable number of scores -- about thirty or so -- and entered the title and composer's name for each one as requested.
This morning, I awoke to find that the PD label had disappeared from over half of the scores I had marked. All of the works in question are in the public domain, and I'd entered the exact title and composer for each one, so -- what happened? Is there any way to correct this?
Examples of scores that reverted to non-PD:
(The last one is really egregious because it's the regional anthem of the US Virgin Islands, which if I remember correctly is explicitly placed by law into the public domain.)
i've been meaning to ask this for a while, but what is patrick doing in the group icon?
This my piano concerto https://musescore.com/user/31736272/scores/5784301. Enjoy!
i'm bored, and my favorite mob is the fox
This update got auto-installed on 26-Sep, but the Mixer functionality now seems broken. Previously if I load a score into my library and set the mixer to subdue volume on other parts, mixer settings are retained even when re-loading another day. Version 2.4.5 resets mixer settings immediately on leaving the mixer menu so it is now impossible to amplify any part above any other. Fix please?
maybe you have the words to it?