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[Denemo-devel] Displaying a reminder on opening a score.

From: Richard Shann
Subject: [Denemo-devel] Displaying a reminder on opening a score.
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2018 11:13:19 +0100

I've been upgrading the Scheme Window so it tells you what file, if
any, you are editing and doesn't ask you to save when you don't have a
file open. All this was a knock-on from creating a new feature:
reminders of what you want to do next when opening a score you are
working on.
I guess this shows I'm getting older or busier with lots of scores
being worked on at once, but I wanted to leave myself a note in the
score saying what it is I still need to do to finish the score. The
obvious place to do this is in a Score Comment (see Score menu). And it
turns out you can automatically display the comment on opening the
score by putting the Scheme command

(d-DisplayDirectiveTextEditor "score" "ScoreComment")

into your Scheme initialization script. Of course, you didn't know you
had a Scheme Initialization Script :) but now the Scheme window lets
you load and save this initialization script without you having to dig
around to find it.

So, to auto-open your Score Comment each time you open the score click
View->Scheme Script and then File->Open Initialization Script from that
window to load up the script that is run every time you open a score or
start a new one.
In the Scheme Script window append the above line and use File->Save
Thereafter when you open a score its Score Comment (if it has one) will
be displayed.

The code is all in the repository now and will be built overnight,


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