|Sep. 11, 2014
- Migrated to latest development tools for both Mac and Win.
- Corrected various memory corruption issues.
- Complete regression test with Finale 2014.
- Tie Mover: System breaks now recognize new key and
transposition options in Finale 2014.
- Patterson Beams: Dropped support for stand-alone German
version. I hope to add German support back as a proper localization in
a future version of the main package.
- Mass Copy: Fixed problem introduced in 4.03 that only one
secondary beam alteration was examined/copied.
|Aug. 6, 2014
- New Plugin: Force Create Multimeasure Rest
|Apr. 7, 2014
- Beam Selection: Handle multiple layers correctly in a
- Force Full Names: Changed "Reset" functions so that an undo
entry happens only if something actually changes.
- Mass Copy: Fixed problem where shapes were being edited at
end point as well as start point. This is a problem in situations where
every note starts and ends with the same shape (like continuous
- Mass Copy: Handle notehead-attached smart shapes correctly.
- Mass Copy: Fixed problem where smart shapes attached to
grace note entries at the end of a bar did not copy if they started at
or before the beginning of the bar.
- Mass Copy: Fixed problem where "Freeze Stem" and "Custom
Stem" options were not compatible if selected simultaneously.
- Mass Copy: Changes in WinFin14 caused Beam/Stem Alt filters
not to work. Modified Mass Copy so that they would work.
|Sep. 1, 2012
- Fixed bug in Tuplet Mover that caused it not to
automatically adjust the bracket angle of certain tuplets.
- Added "Reset..." options to Force Full Names. This plugin
still includes the Force Full Names option, but now it also can reset
staff full/abbreviated and group full/abbreviated names to their
default font settings as defined in Document Options->Fonts.
- Fixed problem with spurious setting of measure options in
functions related to measure-attached items.
- Page-Title Copy now sets the source page values to the
current page or to the selected page range when you hit Set Source.
||Mar. 5, 2012