Crash when switching to unused voice in repitch input mode

• Dec 6, 2018 - 09:34

Title says it all. Consistently, when I am in repitch input mode and then switch to a not yet entered voice, the program crashes, possibly losing recent input.

OS: OS X 10.14, Arch.: x86_64, MuseScore version (64-bit): 2.3.2, revision: 4592407


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The green highlight (it will turn red in two weeks) of the issue in my previous post tells you that the bug is supposed to be fixed. If you download the latest nightly you can test it. If there is still a problem, you can click the issue link, explain the problem and set it's status to open so someone can look at it.

In reply to by mike320

I think the bug is still there, for me. I can reproduce it reliably. However, I am slightly concerned that I do not have the nightly build you refer to. What I have is:

OS: macOS 10.14, Arch.: x86_64, MuseScore version (64-bit): 3.0.0, revision: c07ed54

Explanation: I downloaded this from http://prereleases.musescore.org/macosx/nightly/. It was the first (bold) entry in the list Download/master.
I am asking if it's the right one because the first time I opened the app, it told me that a newer version was available. I did not note down the identifier, and when I opened the app a second time the warning did not appear. So I do think I have the latest version, but cannot be completely sure. If I do indeed have the latest version, I will update the issue and explain the problem and how to reproduce it.

In reply to by jeroen2442

The first file is actually used only for opening very old 3.0 builds from before 9/20/2018 (the date on the file). This is not properly explained on the nightlies page. You need to download the next available file. Currently it is f6578db but it's not out of the question a newer one will be created before you download it. When you extract the file, put it in the same place as the previous one and tell the unzip program to replace all existing. Most users have no reason to keep every nightly in a separate folder on their computers.

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