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ugh.

I spent all day trying to get a cat out of a tall tree that it couldn't climb down because the branches were really thin. eventually I chopped down the tree, making it land in another one with thicker branches that the cat could climb down. But it didn't even try to get down. so I tried to saw through that one and make it fall so that it would slide down another tree as it was falling so the cat would have time to jump out. BUT the tree was too thick too saw through so my neighbor chainsawed it down for me. the cat finally got out after being stuck up there for almost thirty hours.    that's all.

Guess if it's true or not

yea 

1. I once had a pet fish named Betto that drowned
2. I am not smart
3. I have 27 imaginary friends
4. I drink coffee a lot
5. I play viola and violin
6. I compose music
7. My favorite color is marigold
8. I have ADHD
9. Me and Fox have Aspergers 
10. I lik cats
11. I'm allergic to cats
12. I wear glasses
13. I lik tea
14. My favorite violinist is Itzhak Perlman
15. My cousin plays double bass
16. I lik Shopkins
17. I'm first chair viola
18. I'm bored
19. I play basketball
20. I created individual characters for the periodic table, the standard model of particle physics, lab experiments, the states of matter, all the plants I know, and all the minerals I know
                      -Mint

Video Game Track

Hello everyone!

I'm applying as a video game design major this year, and in my portfolio I wanted to submit some compositions that could potentially end up in a video game. Hence, this piece.

I could imagine it as a title screen song, but any other concepts are welcome. I tried to make it suitable enough to track indefinitely, which is why I put a repeat sign that goes back to measure one.

Please tell me what you think / what I could improve on in the comments - any critique would be welcome.

Note - I don't play the piano, nor am I a percussionist in any way, shape or form, so any tips with those parts especially would be wonderful.

Thanks so much!

https://musescore.com/user/7516616/scores/5712449

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Video Game Track

Hello everyone!

I just finished my first piece that wasn't just for flute or recorder, haha.

I'm applying as a video game design major this year, and in my portfolio I wanted to submit some compositions that could potentially end up in a video game. Hence, this piece.

I could imagine it as the title screen song or when you're strolling around a town, but any other concepts are welcome. I tried to make it suitable enough to track indefinitely, which is why I put a repeat sign that goes back to measure one.

Please tell me what you think / what I could improve on in the comments - any critique would be welcome.

Note - I don't play the piano, so any tips with that part especially would be wonderful.

Thanks so much!

https://musescore.com/user/7516616/scores/5712449

Scroll bars in embeddable widget

I haven't tried using the embed widget for scores in a while, but I recently started to have a need for this.  It's great, except 0 the scroll bars seems to never function.  It shows nothing available to scroll (or only a millimeter in either direction) so I can't view the entire page except when full screen.  I've tried playing with the height parameter but other than changing the height, no effect on scrolling.  Is this a known issue, some parameter I need to set, or what?