Release notes for MuseScore 3.4 (January 24, 2020)

Updated 4 years ago
Build number Date Announcement
macOS 10.10+:, Windows 7+ (32 and 64-bit):, AppImage: 3.4.0 (revision: 8effb8d) 2020-01-24


  • Apply palette elements with a single click if there is a selection in the score
  • Allow dragging notes horizontally
  • Slurs, hairpins and other elements can be edited after single click
  • Add middle adjustment handle for beams, for moving whole beam vertically


  • Double click is not needed to reach edit mode anymore
  • Introduce section break properties, bend properties, tremolo bar properties in the Inspector
  • Allow access to several properties window in the Inspector
  • Name of the newly created custom palette can be specified
  • Accessibility: improve speech for elements with spanners


  • "Don't play trill" option silenced the note playback
  • Slurs on small staves were displaced in some cases
  • Barline handles were drawn incorrectly after dragging one
  • Strings in the Part dialogue were ambiguous
  • Y Offset value of fretboards didn't restore after undoing the values being changed from Edit Mode
  • Replacing a note with an accidental left the accidental on the new note
  • Adding Intervals (above/below) didn't take into consideration the accidental toggle state
  • Multiple chord symbols attached to same note didn't copy as part of the range
  • Strings in fret diagrams without "X" or "O" displayed as "?" on Linux
  • MuseScore crashed when changing a triplet's rest's duration
  • Images attached to rests weren't imported from MuseScore 2
  • Tremolo Bar dialog had multiple UX issues
  • AppImage: system printers weren't available in the print dialog

Complete list of issues resolved and improvements implemented