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Setting loop positions

I am trying to figure out the method to set the beginning and ending position for the loop function. Whenever I try to set up some measures to loop, I tap the "loop" button, then I get the message telling "Strart measure, Long press the measure where the loop should start". Then I press the selected measure....

Then sometimes some quite random selection happens, sometimes nothing. 

Sometimes I am able to move the start/end of loop, dragging the little bloe signs.

Sometimes a region gets highlighted, but the start/end signs are somewhere else.

I am trying to find some documentation to see the expected way of use, but found nothing.

Otherwise I am quite happy with the app, but this makes the music practice quite cumbersome.

Numbers Against Us

This game is a number game... obviously. Girls will try to count up, boys will try to count down (they can even go into the negatives if need be if girls begin extremely poorly). We start at 0. If you are transgender, agender, non-gender, etc., just pick male or female and stick with it for this game to lessen the confusion. No posting twice in a row.
EDIT:When girls reach 200, we will have to count down, and guys will count up.
EDIT 2.5: Once girls reach -200 or guys reach 300, we will reverse directions again to where guys count down and girls count up.

For example: 
Female user: 1
Male user: 0
Female user: 1
Other female user: 2
Male user: 1
Female user: 2
And so on... for ever and ever... 

I'll start. 

Looping problem

I am finding it difficult to create an accurate loop for practicing using the app on my iPad. Sometimes when I press my finger down to set a starting point the app chooses to start at the begging of the song and uses my point as an end point. Once this incorrect loop is set I can get rid of it without closing the file and starting all over again. Is there a set of more detailed instructions somewhere on how to use the looping feature? Or can anyone just tell me how they do it?



DM Dokuro VS Charlie Debnam (read description)

So, if any of you play terraria, you should probably know that there are some neat mods out there.  Even better though?  The soundtracks.  The Music.
So, I was wondering, since some people have been comparing Charlie Debnam (a great composer) to DM Dokuro (also a great composer), I wanted to see which one you guys think is better.  So, I selected a song from each one that had a similar theme, and put the links below.
If you vote Charlie Debnam, say CD.
If you vote DM Dokuro, say DD.
Make sure you listen to each track, but be sure you have time, because both are about 10-12 minutes.
Charlie Debnam
DM Dokuro

MuseScore is great, but....

MuseScore is by far my favorite program, but it lacks some very special features. The features that would truly make this a better program are:
- Accelerandos and Ritards: Currently you must notate these with invisible tempo markings.
- Better trombone soundfont: The soundfont for the trombone is a little rough. It sticks out too far in most compositions, resulting in my changing of the audio source to euphonim just for timbre's sake.
- 1st, 2nd, etc., time markings: We need markings to show that an instrument is only played during a certain time in a repeat.
Please, we need these features.