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dev:9.x [2009/12/18 07:22]
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dev:9.x [2018/02/07 17:07] (current)
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 ==== Notation ==== ==== Notation ====
   * Higher quality on-screen rendering removes the annoying chromatic artifacts that have afflicted all previous versions, and provides crisp, clear rendering   * Higher quality on-screen rendering removes the annoying chromatic artifacts that have afflicted all previous versions, and provides crisp, clear rendering
-  * New pan and zoom allows you to move around quickly, and zoom the window contents as far in or out as you like, or zoom either axis independently +  * New pan and zoom allows you to move around quickly, and zoom the window contents as far in or out as you like, or zoom either axis independently  ​
-  * The segment changer (located with the pan and zoom controls) provides a visual indication of which segment is currently active for editing, even in continuous page layout mode, and allows you to change segments without removing your right hand from your mouse  +
   * Print and Print Preview are both performed through LilyPond, which provides extremely high-quality output   * Print and Print Preview are both performed through LilyPond, which provides extremely high-quality output
   * Expanded range of point sizes (from 6 to 30) available for LilyPond export   * Expanded range of point sizes (from 6 to 30) available for LilyPond export
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 ==== Matrix ==== ==== Matrix ====
   * At long last it is possible to open multiple segments (from any number of different tracks) in the same matrix view   * At long last it is possible to open multiple segments (from any number of different tracks) in the same matrix view
-  * The pitch highlights on I III and V are now calculated relative to the key signature in effect, rather than being fixed against C major 
-  * Notes and pitch highlights are always displayed in concert pitch, allowing you to work with segments in many different transpositions simultaneously on the same grid, even though they appear as completely different notes in completely different keys in a notation view 
   * Cleaner interface leaves the instrument parameters in the main window, so you have more room for editing what's important   * Cleaner interface leaves the instrument parameters in the main window, so you have more room for editing what's important
   * New pan and zoom allows you to move around quickly, and zoom the window contents as far in or out as you like, or zoom either axis independently  ​   * New pan and zoom allows you to move around quickly, and zoom the window contents as far in or out as you like, or zoom either axis independently  ​
-  * The segment changer (located with the pan and zoom controls) provides a visual indication of which segment is currently active for editingand allows you to change segments without removing your right hand from your mouse  ​+  * The pitch highlights on I III and V are now calculated relative to the key signature in effectrather than being fixed against C major
   * Is is now possible to insert key changes from the matrix   * Is is now possible to insert key changes from the matrix
   * The standard matrix now allows the possibility of opening the same segments in a percussion matrix, and vice versa   * The standard matrix now allows the possibility of opening the same segments in a percussion matrix, and vice versa
 
 
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