Boulez font (ex Sibelius) in Musescore 2.0
Hello! Congratulations for Musescore 2.0: great job! I've just downloaded this new version, and it seems to work far better than the older one. Nonetheless, I'd like to ask you one thing: can I use "Boulez" font (ex Sibelius) on this new Musescore version? Is it possible already? Thanks in advance.
P.S. Sorry 4 my poor english.
No, you can't. The (musical) fonts MuseScore uses are built into the program.
In reply to No, you can't. The (musical) by Jojo-Schmitz
Ok, thank you Jojo-Schmitz. But... what about the future?
In reply to Ok, thank you Jojo-Schmitz. by Guido Alici
It it is, or can be made, SMuFL compatible and comes with a license that allows redistribution, this may happen. Not my Revision anyway...
But maybe Bravura already has the glyphs you need? As far as I und er stand this is about some special type it flags for 8th and shorter notes?
In reply to It it is, or can be made, by Jojo-Schmitz
Exactly: can I change 8th and shorter notes' flags of Bravura's music font? I Don't think so...
In reply to Exactly: can I change 8th and by Guido Alici
If it's just about the straight flag, they are present in the Bravura font. There is nothing in MuseScore to change the flag to the straight equivalent but it should be possible to implement in a future version.
In reply to If it's just about the by [DELETED] 5
Sorry, Iacsonic, but I don't understand: where are the straight flags in Bravura/how can I use them? What does it means "There is nothing in MuseScore to change the flag to the straight equivalent"? Sorry for my poor english and lack of expertise, thanks in advance.
In reply to Sorry, Iacsonic, but I don't by Guido Alici
You can't now. But it should be possible that this gets implemented as the infrastructure is in place (which is: the Bravura font has the glyphs)