Rosegarden 11.02 “Claire de Lune” released

Rosegarden, the audio and MIDI sequencer and musical notation editor for Linux, has been updated to version 11.02.

New Features:

  • The matrix editor represents tied notes with a different fill pattern.
  • The split-and-tie long notes option has been made the factory default once more, in light of the vastly improved handling of ties in the matrix and notation editors.

Bug Fixes:

  • Track numbers are no longer cut off.
  • The notation and matrix editors now treat a series of tied notes as though it were a single unit, which fixes several problems that have been outstanding since as far back as 2002.
  • Resizing a segment via click and drag near the edge or with the resize tool now leaves that segment as the selected segment.
  • When attempting to select a note by clicking toward the extreme edges of the note head, it is less likely that you will move the note instead of merely selecting it.
  • Insertion / Playback pointer correctly advances in Notation editor when entered notes are split and tied.
  • Progress dialogs tweaked to fine tune their behavior.
  • Alt+PgUp and Alt+PgDown now highlight the events in a segment in Notation view consistently.

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