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• Apr 16, 2019 - 04:12

Trong1 ban nhac khong biet muscore co tu tim ra hop am ( chord) duoc khong? toi khong biet tieng anh mong Ad thu loi


Google translation from Vienamese:


In a music band, don't know if muscore has a chance to work (chord)? I don't know you want Ad thu loi

I'm sorry, this doesn't make any sense. Can you rephrase the question.
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In reply to by rose45

You should not install plugins in %ProgramFiles%/MuseScore 3/plugins nor in %ProgramFiles(x86)%/MuseScore 3/plugins (nor in %LOCALAPPDATA%\MuseScore\MuseScore 3\plugins), but in %HOMEPATH%\Documents\MuseScore3\Plugins, as stated in

Did you restart MuseScore after putting the qml file there?

You seem to be using a 32bit MuseScore on a 64bit Windows, why?

In reply to by rose45

What do you expect Ctrl+Alt+↓ to do?
Ah, I see, "go to lowest note of chord"

Seems your screen driver catches that shortcut to turn your screen upside down. Not much MuseScore can do about that, you'd need to configure your screen driver to use a different shortcut, if you want MuseScore to use this one, or change the chortcut in MuseScore.

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