There's nothing else in this "shop" except "sheet music"; the term has an antiquarian flavor. I'd prefer if the English profile menu item said "Scores", which is what we have here.
• The font is still low quality (like a low resolution scan)
• Stave texts overlap with the stave and with each other
• Stems and beams are a mess, often missing hooks and dots
• Coloured fret numbers are rendered as black
These scores display perfectly on the web, in the desktop version and in Android Songbook but are a mess in Android MuseScore. On a positive note, the user interface looks good and the mini score previews look correct, (including stems, beams, dots and colour!)
Today we are launching a new Notifications feature on musescore.com.
We have had a lot of requests for this function. On the Dashboard, you see a lot of news from groups and users which you subscribed for. But even if you're using the site every day, you might have missed some important events: new comments on your scores, @mentions, new discussions in groups you belong to, etc.
Now when you visit musescore.com, you'll see the new bell icon in the upper-right hand corner which indicates the number of Notifications waiting for you. If you click on the icon, you'll see a list of your 20 most recent events, with links to each one. This ensures you won't miss events related to your personal activities.
Currently, you will receive a notification when:
- You have a new subscriber
- User added your score to their Favorites.
- User replied to your Discussion.
- User replied to your comment in a Discussion.
- You've been @mentioned in a Discussion.
- User added a comment to one of your scores.
- User replied to your comment on a score.
- You have been @mentioned in a score's comments.
- There is a new Discussion in a Group you own.
- New user joined one of your Groups.
- New Join Request for one of your Groups.
- You have been invited to join a Group.
- Your Join Request has been approved.
- A score of yours has been uploaded to Youtube.
To avoid excessive Notifications, we are grouping together multiple ones of the same type.
What's next? We're going to:
- Update the list of possible Notifications.
- Add a settings interface to manage Notifications.
- Add an opportunity to subscribe to the email notification with missed events.
- Add an opportunity to subscribe to Desktop Notifications.
- Add an opportunity to see older notifications
We hope that these changes will be helpful and improve your experience.
We are open to your feedback! If you find a bug or have another suggestion, please don't hesitate to post it inside the Improving Musescore.com Group.
P.S. My personal review: I tested it over the last few days and found it very helpful. My experience with the site now is much better than before, and I found a lot of missed comments, mentions and discussion which I should review. I hope you'll find it as helpful as I did.
P.P.S. At this moment notifications counter can be displayed with 5 minutes delay.
I just deleted someone's comment by accident, I think there should be a confirmation step before deleting anything...
Today I noticed that I'm receiving dashboard notifications from some comments on scores and discussions but not all of them. I had gotten about 5 comments on one of my scores today but only 1 showed up on my dashboard. Also, I had gotten 2 comments on a discussion I posted but got only 1 dashboard notification.
I was curious if there was a way to make a gock shot using the new MDL
Hey I posted a song not too long ago, and i could really use some suggestions/tips. Thanks :)
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see for example https://musescore.com/sheetmusic?tags=Lili Boulanger (" Boulanger" being part of the link) and not even https://musescore.com/sheetmusic?tags=Lili%20Boulanger (i.e. using the standard HTML encoding for a space) which should list https://musescore.com/markpearse/dans_limmense_tristesse and https://musescore.com/markpearse/lili-boulanger-les-sirenes and several more
my software crashed multiple time in 5 mins and i don't know why the soundfont isn't working for me of the MDL instruments
I am really surprised you don't do this.... Anyway, I just got $56 for some old royalty check deposited into my account. And I was like, what the heck I will just pay for Musescore for the year.
But I can't. Its kind of silly, to deny my impulsive purchase.
So now I have purchased a bunch of SciFi Books and a second music pedal for my keyboard on Amazon.
But my initial attempt was to give you guys the $50 bucks.
so...... the load more tab isn't working.
Instead it brings you back up to the top of the page......
would love to preset automatic sticking, for CMD/T shortcut
With the new äpp (this time, the correct version), when the rotation changes while a score is playing, playback continues, and 2–3 seconds afterwards, the screen representation has also caught up, but the controls are unusable: the “jump to beginning” one still works, for example, but the “pause” one becomes a “play” button that does nothing, so the playback can only be stopped by hitting the back button (changing orientation back also doesn’t fix it).
I've noticed it's not on my dashboard anymore :(
It's a great feature and I'd be sad to see it taken away...
I had a crash (win10) just after I had added a few lines to my previously saved score.
When rebooted, Musescore offered to recover my score after crash. I did open it, it had 2 missing bars but it was all right as expected.
I spent about 5 hours and added some 5 pages.. hard and tedious work. Then saved, exported it to pdf, uploaded both to my drive. All good and safe.
Closed Musescore, left the PC running. Went to sleep.
Opened the score next day from the "start centre" window.
Now it had only the lines left that were there BEFORE the crash the day before.
The save file was ok - when opened from the explorer.
If I only had changed the title or something, I could have saved the old file over the correct one. Hence "lurking" problem...
To confirm this behaviour, I should test it with unplugging my computer...but don't want to do that really:) So just in case, check this out yourself.
Have a nice day,
Getting "the site is down, we're fixing it", it's been hours now, but every other part of the site seems to work (pages, profiles, this forum)...
I'm trying to digitise a hymn by entering the music into MuseScore, but I've come unstuck with this type of hovering note (I don't know it's proper name!):
The note circled in red on the left is what I'm trying to add, the notes on the right is what I've already entered.
I'm sure it's just a case of pressing another button before adding the extra notes, but I've not managed to find that button yet, despite lots of fiddling!
Many thanks for your help :-)
Is there a date or general time span that they are hoping to get musescore 3 out in. I know development started years ago and Im excited for all the cool features it will bring.