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Group notifications

Now, I know I already get notifications when somebody comments on one of my discussions. But I think that having group notifications might make things better, but on 1 condition. Making it an option instead of ingrained into Musescore. Now, I'm not talking about the notifications group owners get when someone joins their group. No, I'm talking about something more along the lines of "a discussion has been added to the group." type of notifications.

Just to show you why I'm for it being an option instead of ingrained, here is what would happen if it was ingrained:

Next morning if ingrained:

10+ notifications

And most of them would be from the Musescore Composers group that I am a member of.

And here is what would happen if it was an option and I could set which groups I get notifications of:

Turn group notifications off for Musescore Composers(or any other groups that get a ton of discussions where I can't possibly reply to them all)
Turn group notifications on for Jay and John's Challenges(or any other groups with a low discussion rate where I could easily reply to all the new discussions)

3 notifications

As you can see, I would get way fewer notifications if I could set which groups I get the "a discussion has been added to the group" notifications for than if it got ingrained into the musescore site. And I would be able to know if a discussion has been added to a certain group without having to go to the group page to find out.

What do you think of adding these group notifications? Do you think it is a good idea? I mean, I'm not a member of like 30+ groups like some users but I am a member of about 20 groups, a lot of which have a relatively low discussion rate either because of time or number of members or simply being less active than it used to be. A few of these groups I brought a revival to by posting discussions there, despite me not being an admin of any groups.

Drumline Sounds

Not sure if it's in the works or has been talked about, but sometime in the last update or two the Tenor-drum sound is a LOT better. But for some reason you changed the marching snare drum "rim-shot" to something much worse than its predecessor. The "rim-shot" sound before was amazingly spot-on, but now literally sounds like a rim sound + a snare sound, which is not what a rim shot actually sounds like. Also hoping to get rim-shots for tenor drums sometime too :)

P.S. If you REALLY wanna get cool and specific with drumline, there is a difference in rim-shots, between a normal shot, a "ping" shot, and a "gock" shot. Just future thought. 

I fixed it myself...4 days later

I say this respectfully. If you looked into the problem you could have fixed it in 4 minutes or less instead of sending me back to the .org forum.  A botched audio on the .com site is not (I've been told) within the purview of the .org forum.

It is my assumption that you put the "manage audio sources" page there, you must know how it works. 

I had a botched audio here https://musescore.com/user/29586932/scores/5642906

In trying to remedy the situation, I first made it worse. The 3 dots to the right of the added audio do not function. I ended up with 5 audios, none of which worked. what it came down to is this: I simply had to uncheck "default audio" on the ones with error. Software is new to some of us (like me) I did not want to inadvertently delete my work.

I think there is a serious void between the musescore.com and the app/.org where things gets lost. I've been here 10 months and this is the first time I could not get help.

I was disappointed.

One question remains (anybody)

The red delete space next to the blue save in "Manage audio sources"

Does it delete the particular audio or the score?