I. I. Ooisen wrote:
>>I doubt it's a KDE issue, either, since Rosegarden (the *other* score
You should tell the Rosegarden developers that because they make the
claim on the website that it is a score editor. :-) Granted, Rosegarden
is missing some stuff that NoteEdit probably has (multiple voices per
staff, easy insertion/deletion of measures), but Rosegarden has always
worked "out of the box" for me, which is why I use it, whereas NoteEdit
was problematic (see below).
> i hate combos. and perhaps all gnu/linuxists should. :)
Yes, I have tried it. It kept crashing on me, and I had trouble getting
it to find my MIDI devices (the TSE3 library, I think, was the issue, it
was segfaulting on startup), and refused to import any of my MIDI files.
It doesn't support Jack either, which is crucial for the setup I am
using for composing and recording.