The Attached Score Will Not Upload

• Sep 5, 2019 - 17:09

The attached score will not upload.


In reply to by dsacker

Why using hidden instruments rather that using parts?

BTW: trying to unhide them causes a crash... I guess that's the smoking gun.

Rather a failed asserion:
Fatal: ASSERT: "partiturList->currentItem() == item" in file ...\mscore\instrwidget.cpp, line 514 (...\mscore\instrwidget.cpp:514, )

I can't reproduce it again though :-(

Hmm, I can, in a development build, when ticking the 2nd piano in the instruments dialog

In reply to by dsacker

The hidden instruments allow the rest of the background music to be played softly, with the student instrument volume at the top. I print the parts just fine, but have used this technique when tailoring music for an individual. Many times, in fact.

In reply to by Jojo-Schmitz

That was already done at the onset. But this allows her to play interactively. And yeah, the extra mile wouldn't be because I know the family and am partial, mind you grin.

Again, I have done this probably over a hundred times here without a hitch. Just something about this score.

In reply to by Jojo-Schmitz

On this discussion I have both the original attachment (not the flute version). You are welcome to download it. It should export to a WAV just fine.

I am going to resave the original as a "- Flute2" version (to keep the corrupted version available) and try to upload it. I will then go in baby steps towards tailoring it like I've done the corrupted version.

I know we both probably have other things keeping us busy, but I appreciate your response. Overall, MuseScore is perfect for what I do. Btw, if you're at some admin level and can see my unlisted scores, you're welcome to peruse them. I keep them unlisted to give each student his/her own tailored link. I have a LOT of them out there.

Again, thanks. I'll keep this ticket updated regarding the baby steps. Hopefully will reveal the specific bug.

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