Restaurer les paramètres par défaut

Updated 6 mois ago
This translation is outdated, see the English version for a reference: Revert to factory settings

    MuseScore has the option to revert back to the standard built-in presets or "factory-settings". This can be necessary if your settings are corrupted.

    Attention : "Restaurer les paramètres par défaut" effacera tous vos paramètres personnels, paramètres d'affichage, palettes, etc.
    Cette procédure n'est pas toujours nécessaire : consultez les forums préalablement ; une autre solution pourrait être envisagée pour résoudre votre problème, et surtout ne pas tout perdre.

    Via le menu

    Si MuseScore démarre, il est possible de réinitialiser depuis le programme :
    Menu Aide Restaurer les paramètres par défaut. Une alerte apparaitra :

    Restaurer les paramètres par défaut.PNG

    Cliquer Oui, remettra les paramètres comme ils étaient à l’installation du programme, et MuseScore redémarrera immédiatement. Non annulera la procédure.

    Via la ligne de commande

    Si MuseScore ne se lance pas, vous devrez lancer la procédure par la Ligne de commande.

    Instructions pour Windows

    1. If you have MuseScore open, you need to close it first (FileQuit)
    2. Type ⊞ Win+R to open the Run dialog. Alternatively select "Start" using your mouse and type "run," then click the "Run" program.
    3. Click Browse...
    4. Look for MuseScore3.exe on your computer. The location may vary depending on your installation, but it is probably something similar to My Computer → Local Disk → Program Files → MuseScore 3 → bin → MuseScore3.exe
    5. Click Open to leave the Browse dialog and return to the Run dialog. The following text (or something similar) should display in the Run dialog

      C:\Program Files\MuseScore 3\bin\MuseScore3.exe (actually %ProgramFiles%\MuseScore 3\bin\MuseScore3.exe)

      For the 32-bit version of MuseScore in a 64-bit version of Windows, the location is

      C:\Program Files (x86)\MuseScore 3\bin\MuseScore.exe (actually %ProgramFiles(x86)%\MuseScore 3\bin\MuseScore.exe)

      For the Windows Store version (Windows 10), it is pretty well hidden, search for it via Windows Explorer

    6. Click after the quote and add a space followed by a hyphen and a capital F: -F

    7. Press OK

    After a few seconds, MuseScore should start and all the settings reverted to "factory settings".

    For advanced users, the main preference file is located at:

    • C:\Users\[USERNAME]\AppData\Roaming\MuseScore\MuseScore3.ini
      (actually %APPDATA%\MuseScore\MuseScore3.ini)

    The other preferences (palettes, session, shortcuts, workspaces...) are in:

    • C:\Users\[USERNAME]\AppData\Local\MuseScore\MuseScore3\ (actually %LOCALAPPDATA%\MuseScore\MuseScore3\)

      For the Windows Store version (Windows 10), these are pretty well hidden, search for them via Windows Explorer

    Instructions pour MacOS

    1. If you have MuseScore open, you need to quit the application first (MuseScoreQuit)
    2. Open Terminal (in Applications/Utilities, or via Spotlight search) and a session window should appear
    3. Type (or copy/paste) the following command into your terminal line (include the '/' at the front):

      /Applications/MuseScore\ 3.app/Contents/MacOS/mscore -F
      

    This resets all MuseScore preferences to factory settings and immediately launches the MuseScore application. Note that you cannot quit the Terminal without quitting MuseScore. You can safely quit MuseScore, quit the Terminal, and then reopen MuseScore in the normal fashion, ready to continue using.

    For advanced users, the main MuseScore preference file is located at ~/Library/Preferences/org.musescore.MuseScore3.plist.
    The other preferences (palettes, session, shortcuts, workspaces...) are in ~/Library/Application\ Support/MuseScore/MuseScore3/.

    Instructions pour Linux

    The following is true for Ubuntu, and most likely all other Linux distributions and UNIX-style operating systems.

    1. If you have MuseScore open, you need to quit the application first (FileQuit)
    2. From the Ubuntu main menu, choose ApplicationsAccessoriesTerminal. A Terminal session window should appear
    3. Type, (or copy/paste) the following command into your terminal line (Ctrl+Shift+V to paste in Terminal):

      mscore -F
      

      Or, if you are using the AppImage version, you must first use the cd command to change directory to wherever you saved the AppImage. For example, if you saved it to your Desktop:

      cd ~/Desktop
      ./MuseScore*.AppImage -F
      

    This resets all MuseScore preferences to factory settings and immediately launches the MuseScore application. You can now quit Terminal, and continue using MuseScore.

    For advanced users, the main MuseScore preference file is located at ${XDG_CONFIG_HOME:-~/.config}/MuseScore/MuseScore3.ini.
    The other preferences (palettes, session, shortcuts, workspaces, …) are in ${XDG_DATA_HOME:-~/.local/share}/MuseScore/MuseScore3/.

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