Restoring Toolbars after removing all

• Oct 30, 2015 - 16:20

I use MuseScore for two different modes: as an editor, of course, but also as a MusicXML viewer. In optimizing it for the latter, I removed all of the toolbars. I then found that there doesn't seem to be a way of replacing them -- the area to right click on to restore them vanishes with the last toolbar. Doing a factory settings reset seems to be the only way to restore them. Is there a way to add the option to reset default toolbars to the View menu? It'd be great to be able to toggle back without a factory reset. Thanks!



It's a workaround for now but you can go to Display > Inspector, and then if the inspector is docked, right click the title (where it says Inspector) and you will get the contextual menu to add the toolbars back one by one.

In the future, I guess it would be great if toolbars and even toolbars configuration (which buttons they own) would be embedded in a Workspace.

In reply to by Nicolas

Well, there's what you wish you had started with and what you've been used to for the last 20 years. I'm moving slowly but surely :-) but I still like some of the competition also. It's good for the soul.

I love the finicky MusicXML messages of MuseScore -- the proposed solution is nearly always right, but MuseScore makes music21 better every time I get a warning. It's awesome.

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