Musescore 3.4.2 on OpenSuse Leap 15.2: Palettes won't show up after update of operating system

• Jun 27, 2020 - 13:58

Hi,
I am on OpenSuse Leap 15.2 and worked during the last couple of weeks with the 4.0.git20200620 version provided by the OpenSuse community. Everything was working fine. A few days ago I wanted to add something to an existing score and realized that the palettes window was empty. I uninstalled the version and installed the official release version 3.4.2 from OpenSuse, but this did not help. I tried everything I found in forums and search engines (reset to factory settings, start from command line etc.) but the palettes won't show up. There is a button to add palettes, but clicking on it only brings up the empty drop-down menu without any palettes.

When I start MuseScore from the command line I get the following errors:

qrc:/qml/palettes/PaletteTree.qml:152: Error: Cannot assign to non-existent property "color"
qrc:/qml/palettes/PaletteTree.qml:193:19: QML Component: Cannot create delegate
qrc:/qml/palettes/PaletteTree.qml: Object or context destroyed during incubation

The appimage of version 3.4.2 from the MuseScore Website works fine on my system, but for several reasons I would like to stick with the OpenSuse version.
Is there somebody else experiencing this issue? Is there a fix for this?

Thanks in advance for your answers.


Comments

In reply to by Jojo-Schmitz

Thanks, Jojo-Schmitz.
I read all the other posts and installed all the packages mentioned in the list, but no success, I'm afraid. My QT version is 5.12.7. Perhaps this is too old for this version of MuseScore.

One of the reasons why I wanted to use the OpenSuse version is that I use the dock program Docky because it's the only dock that really suits my needs. But it has problems with some appimages. I wanted MuseScore to show up in the dock so that I can see with a glance whether I have an open MuseScore window.
My workaround was to extract the appimage with MuseScore-3.4.2-x86_64.AppImage --appimage-extract and create a .desktop file for MuseScore which points to the AppRun file in the extracted folder. This way MuseScore shows up correctly in Docky and can also be started from there.

In reply to by jeetee

I tried the install. It creates a .desktop file that calls the copied appimage with the %F option, but when I start MuseScore, the window does not appear in Docky. So I think I will go with my workaround until I find out what is missing from my system preventing the OpenSuse version to run properly.

In reply to by lureli

Not sure if this will prove relevant, but on my system - a debian container running within ChromeOS - I needed to edit the Application line of the desktop file to read simply "MuseScore 3" instead of "MuseScore 3 Portable AppImage" or whatever. Otherwise, I could start it from my launcher but it would not display the correct icon on the shelf (taskbar) nor could I pin it.

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