Drum Input Palette and text toolbar disappear when overlayed/underlayed by virtual Piano

• Aug 15, 2019 - 12:16
Reported version
3.0
Type
Functional
Frequency
Once
Severity
S3 - Major
Reproducibility
Always
Status
active
Regression
Yes
Workaround
Yes
Project

Win 7/10. MS 3.2.3.

  1. Open the attached MS2 file (take the reset or not), select any note and go into note input mode.
  2. Press P to display the Piano keyboard: it should be docked to the left of the Drum Input Palette (DIP) by default.
  3. Undock and redock the Piano so that the DIP is hidden Underneath, and tabs for both become visible on the bottom left.
  4. Press P again to close the Piano.
    Expected result: The DIP remains.
    Actual result: The DIP has disappeared. It can only be restored by closing and relaunching the program.

A regression from MS 2.3.2.

(Edited post 16.12 GMT).

Attachment Size
drum_patterns.mscz 10.42 KB

Comments

Title Drum Input Palette disappears when Piano keyboard is opened, redocked and closed Drum Input Palette and text toolbar disappear when virtual Piano is closed (need to close and reopen to recover)
Reported version 3.2 3.0
Workaround No Yes

This bug also affects the text toolbar.

  1. Open the attached file and press "P" to display the piano.
  2. Enter text-edit mode on the text in M1. This displays the text toolbar at the bottom of the screen. The Piano is docked to the side.
  3. Undock and redock the Piano so that it overlays the open text toolbar—two tabs appear.
  4. Exit text edit mode.
  5. Now try to enter text edit mode again.
    Expected result: The text toolbar appears.
    Actual result: The text toolbar is now disabled for the rest of the session. It can only be recovered by closing and reopening the program.
Attachment Size
piano_display.mscz 4.77 KB
Title Drum Input Palette and text toolbar disappear when virtual Piano is closed (need to close and reopen to recover) Drum Input Palette and text toolbar disappear when overlayed/underlayed by virtual Piano