Over on the companion site Mastering MuseScore Online, I have been developing a set of "Quick Answers" to help people with specific tasks in MuseScore. So far I've got over twenty of them. Eventually I hope to find ways of making these more easily accessible from this site, but for now, I'll just post links here in discussions.
Hi All, newby here,
I am trying to write a nocturne from John Field, I have the piano part and using muescore 2 I am writing the Melody line to play on my flute. I'm not sure of the number of the Nocturne but it's annotated "Cantabile assai lento".
At bar 18 there are the beginning of lots for dotted doubles and trebles, but when I put them into the music they join!, so I end up with a thumping big run with 2s and 3s written above it, also when bar 18 starts there is a quaver then a dotted double but as soon as I add the double it joins with the quaver. What am I doing wrong?
I save some of my MuseScore files online but make them private so I could access them while I'm on my phone, but I realized that doing so made my public scores hidden. I tried to fix this problem by just re-uploading the score as a different one. Is there another way to make my hidden scores public again or do I just re-upload them?
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