No - still doesn't work for me. The simplest thing would be for the staccato mark to be associated with the head of the note - not the stem. It should be vertically distant from the note head - away from the stem, regardless of how the stem is oriented.
I have cycled through all the settings available with this global configuration dialog, and I can't get the effect I want. Seems like it ought to be simple, but as is sometimes the case with HA, things that I would think are trivially simple are not.
This difficulty makes me use staccato a lot less than I might otherwise.
I'm using a beta version and I found a bug on displaying cresc. and decresc. I noticed Guillion Bros for that. By the way, I asked them to remember the choice "apply to" for next dynamics added to the score until this choice is changed again.
Bug not reproduced by Olivier, I'll check in next beta version.
The settings will be keeped in memory between insertion of two dynamics, so this will speed up your writing in HA 9.9.4
USB sticks are close to SSD but I don't know exactly their technology. USB disk are often hard disk used in laptops. Flatter than big hard drive, more resistant to vibrations, but I think inside it's turning and mechanical reading heads.
While hard drive, used and transported in proper conditions, are getting old after some years, slowing and noise before dying, SSD can die quickly without alert before.
To preserve SSD, here are some tips.
disable navigator cache on disk, in firefox, type the url "about:config", cherche cache, disk, memory... you can setup to no cache on disk, only in memory
disable defrag on SSD, this is not useful, and anticipate SSD death
if you have enough memory (> 16GB), install inDisk to create a memory disk of 8GB, and set %TEMP% system variable to this disk, temporary files will not be written on system SSD disk. I also set HA temp directory to this disk. It's erased on reboot.
Il est recommandé de mettre son fichier dans une page web mais rien n’est dit au sujet de l’ouverture en local sans connexion internet.
Il serait bon d’en avoir le c½ur net (j’ai du temps libre pour répéter avec mon IPAD mais dans une pièce en sous sol! Donc sans réseau! D’où mon intérêt pour la solution locale. Sinon je passe à autre chose).
HA has a feature (checkable in the General Configuration >Global setup > Edit window) to allow multi-score documents. It was removed a number of versions ago, but put back to make me happy. Am I still the only one who uses this feature?
I am editing an older file (created 11 years ago), which apparently contains two scores—I no longer remember why. Unfortunately, I can't view the second score, because trying to move to it—if the command does anything at all—causes a new score to be created, but the view remains on the current score. Note that a "score" is completely different from a "view."
If I'm the only one ever using this feature, I'll drop the matter, but I'd be interested if anyone else experiences this behavior. I could post a copy of the .MYR in question, if that would help.
If you are duplicating a published score, I'd go for whatever matches the publication, adjusting velocity and pressure time to get the desired effect. (I believe these settings can be saved as a style in a user-defined palette? Otherwise, you can copy the note as needed, adjusting pitch and duration as required.)