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bug #30195: Variable measure-width in the "smaller-direction", too

Submitter:  -Deleted Account- <steele>
Submitted:  Mon 21 Jun 2010 08:44:07 PM UTC
Category:  Feature request Severity:  2 - Minor
Item Group:  None Status:  Postponed
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Tue 10 Aug 2010 10:59:10 AM UTC, comment #1: 

This is quite fossilized code...

Richard Shann <rshann>
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Mon 21 Jun 2010 08:44:07 PM UTC, original submission:  

Denemo knows if a measure is too small to contain many notes, in fact this is hardwired to 16th notes. Its visible best with multiple staff. Add four 4th into one staff and begin with a 16th in another, the quarter will immediatly jump aside.

But in fact this should be done for smaller staffs, too. Quarter notes and especially halfs and greater take too much space.

With auto-shrinking (or make empty measures smaller and resize according to the notes in it, but 4th and bigger do not take as much space as now) Denemo could get more notation and information on one screen without scrolling without becoming not clearly arranged.

-Deleted Account- <steele>


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