MuseScore 3.5.1 Release

• 10月 9, 2020 - 16:00

Today we are pleased to announce a patch update, MuseScore 3.5.1. It addresses a lot of regressions introduced in MuseScore 3.5.

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MuseScore 3.5.1 announcement

Release notes

Fixes and improvements

  • Fixed a crash during voice changing of chord with tied grace note
  • Fixed crashes when using hbox within vbox
  • Fixed a crash when deleting all measures
  • Fixed a crash when changing Common time to Cut time in parts
  • Fixed a crash on playback of score with MM rest at the end
  • Fixed a crash when drag-and-dropping a breath & pause or rest symbol from the score to a custom palette
  • Fixed a crash on flipping beam across system break
  • Fixed crashes when pasting fret diagram without chord symbol in score with parts
  • Fixed a crash when doing file operations after changing translations in preferences
  • Fixed an issue of corruption caused by editing certain tuplets
  • Fixed a crash caused by Start Center if there is no Internet connection
  • Fixed a crash on DPI change in preferences
  • Fixed a crash when inserting a new measure within a melisma
  • Added an ability to disable chord playback

A full list of changes is available here.


Comments

In reply to by Jojo-Schmitz

Marc Sabatella • Aug 7, 2020 - 21:11
1) click any chord symbol
2) uncheck Play in the Inspector
3) click “Set as style” button (“S” icon

That sets it for that score. If you want to reuse those settings for other scores, easiest is to save you score to your Templates folder and then select it when creating new scores.

In reply to by Jojo-Schmitz

Sorry, but yes there an evident conflict.
When you use the new option for post 3.5 to explicitly set on or off (I'm not speaking of the option for pre 3.5) and you create a score from a template with a style saying the contrary, which one wins?
According to your answer it is the template.

In reply to by Marc Sabatella

For more details about this, it’s best to try for yourself and then start a new thread on this specific topic. But again, this is the agreed-upon compromise from previous discussions. The playback is still co trolled by the style setting primarily. The preference just provides an override. One setting applies to pre-3.5 scores and by default forces the style setting off upon load. The other setting applies newly created scores, and by default it does nothing at all - new scores default to on or whatever is in the template. But if you flip this setting, then even new scores will have the setting forced in upon score creation.

Again, for further discussion, please try for yourself and start a new thread dedicated to this topic if you still have questions or concerns.

Hi there,

I've installed the 3.5.1 portable versions for Windows and I copied the "Data" and "Other" folder from the 3.5 in order to get the previous configuration. All the settings seem to be there except for the palettes layout: I had to import the custom one and the ones I've added / sorted are not there anyway.
Thank you.

In reply to by EnricoM

It might and probably does, and no, I don't think submitting an issue would be needed or helpful, as said, this seems unavoidable as prior to those fixes the workspace setting got stored with the translated name.
Maybe this should get mentioned in the above announcement or the release notes as a known restriction?

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