On IPad DA CAPO DS AL CODA .....and so on . are not taking into account (not visible not player)
They are created on MACBOOK where they are visible on musical score and efficient when you play the music sheet
Thank you for fix-it
Sorry, but the latest iteration of the MuseScore embedded player does not take any account of users who display a miniature "thumbnail" of the player. A small player is useful to show links to multiple scores on a single web page.
The previous player had a clear "square" icon to make the score full-screen. But now the F shortcut has been disabled, and the "square" icon has disappeared. So the full-screen option is only accessible through the 3-dots menu - an extra unnecessary step.
How is an end-user to access full screen viewing when the iframe is defined with "height=60"? See example HTML page here:
Thanks for any help.
I'm trying to create an oassis above a trill. Here is an example:
I'm having difficulty finding a tutorial on the correct way to use the cutaway feature. Does anyone have any links to resources or could explain to me how to do this?
Thank you for very much for your help.
Whenever I go to listen to scores online with my iPad or iPhone, the viewing is super buggy. Two examples are:
1. At a certain point in the piece, the playback will just stop, and won’t continue with the piece.
2. If I try to click on a different measure to listen to, it just goes back to the beginning and not to that measure.
Any help would be appreciated.
Hi guys, I'm kind of new to MuseScore.
I'm a self-taught pianist (I've only had, like, two piano lessons, and hated them). I play by ear, though I can read music a bit. I've been playing for about four years, since I was 10.
I love just writing tunes that sound nice for fun, but are there any "rules" to stick to when composing music?
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I play the tenor sax and I'm trying to get my G# key to cooperate but it won't.. this is my first year of playing sax. So how do I do it? Thanks!
In MuseScore.com discussion groups like this one the info to the right of a thread shows the user who opened the thread, the date when the thread has been opened and the number of replies.
It would be VERY helpful, if additionally the date of the latest reply and the name of the user who posted the last reply were shown. This would avoid having to open the thread again and again if I want to see if there's something new.
In many cases, e.g. when reporting an error or asking for help it would often be helpful to add a screenshot or a sample file.
In https://musescore.org/en/forum it is possible and frequently used.
Currently I cannot do that. Is it a missing feature or is it just me who has not found out how to do it?
This problem has existed for several months now, I wonder if it will ever get fixed?
I believe the problem is limited to MS V3 scores. I now have several scores which after upload are being processed for a very log time and eventually the link to the score will result in a "Page not found" message.
I've tried to export one of the scores to MusicXML and import it in MuseScore V2.
When uploaded the MS V2 version of the score is processed as expected and available. This is not a feasible workaround as quite some layout adjustments would need to be applied.
I'm arranging a song and it has a section that repeats four times, each time I want it to add a part, however I do not know how to do that. I've messed with volta lines with no luck, help?
can´t stop an pdf import cause it´s in a repetition loop
how can i stop this to create a new pdf
If anybody is reading this, could you try and make a alto saxophone part for "Splish Splash" by Bobby Darin. If you could do that then that would be amazing. Thank You!
MuseScore 2 users end up at https://musescore.com/import following the Import PDF option in their software. Nothing on that page indicates that they won't be able to open the resulting file, as that is now in the MS3 format.
Please add a clear statement showing which musescore version is used on the backend to generate this file.
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