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Error reproducing when downloading a file developed under MS version 3.1 beta

@DmitriyPopov 

Hello

I just downloaded one on my account musescore.com a file developed from the software Musescore version 3.1 beta,
 
With Musescore 2
https://musescore.com/user/1630246/scores/5531660

 With Musescore version 3.1 beta,
https://musescore.com/user/1630246/scores/5531641

On the staff of the Piano part, the links between staves do not do this correctly.
See the discussion on the French Forum
 
https://musescore.org/fr/node/287874

ZachTMusic

Hi,
The second most commented user is goes by the name 'ZachTMusic'
I think he used to be 'thebasscleffguy' but I'm not sure.
Anyway, I've been trying to find his comments because I've been trying to pass him for over 6 months and know he has been inactive, but I can't find a single comment of his in the groups he is a part of. Could someone direct me to a discussion he is in? or could you help me figure out why I can't see any comments he has posted? For all of the other top users even below him they've had enough comments for me to easily see it. When I search up the name ZachTMusic I only see the discussion asking who he is. could you all help me out?

Commentaries (by me) on details of Bach 4-voiced chorales available in one place

Over the last couple of years, Gertim (now @SDG) has input the entire body of 389 Bach 4-voiced (some are 5) chorale settings collected by Julius Richter in the 1890's, published by Kalmus.   As he has done so, I have commented upon particularly interesting compositional, particularly contrapuntal, details.  He is in the process of moving his corpus, as it were, off of MuseScore, onto his own sites, with custom software.  As part of that, I have digested all of my comments on the chorales (and some responses by Gertim and others) into an additional single page:  https://www.bach-chorales.info/BachChorales/BachChoraleCommentSummary.html
which I think would interest anyone here who really cares about what happened "when Bach met Counterpoint", as it were.  Links back to the playable scores on bach-chorales.info are provided with each comment-set. While a few are mere expressions of subjective wonder or delight, the vast majority deal nuts-and-bolts with dissonance, consonance, gesture, and similar details. Do take a look.

Welcome to The Composers!

Hey you Composers out there!
(Looks like I can pin discussions now! Hehehe >:) )
Welcome to this group, and thanks for joining! Compose, arrange, share tips and experience, and participate in contests. Share your music and get it heard! Discuss whatever you please!
Thank you for joining this group!
First of all, let's go over some general rules.
1. No spamming. It's really annoying.
2. Don't be mean. Also, minimal swearing please.
3. Anyone can make contests!
4. Discuss whatever you want, but don't go to far please.
5. (The most important rule) Have fun!

Feature request: add ability to play Musescore app with screen off.

Please consider adding the ability to play the Musescore android app with the screen turned off. There are plenty of situations where musicians may wish not to have the screen on while listening to a score on their portable device, such as when travelling. Right now, users can't put their mobile device in their pocket while listening without the  screen being triggered accidentally. Also, the app automatically stops, won't play in the background, when the user switches to another task on the device. Lastly, having to keep the screen on when listening, also wastes battery life. With my other musician apps, such as metronomes and mp3 audio players, I can listen to them while I am out walking or doing some other physical activity and have my phone tucked away. Thanks, Sam