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Re: key map and update files

From: Richard Shann
Subject: Re: key map and update files
Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:10:41 +0000

On Mon, 2020-02-17 at 09:15 +0000, Richard Shann wrote:
> On Sun, 2020-02-16 at 20:14 -0500, address@hidden wrote:
> >  
> > Hi I used to use denemo many years ago I have a bunch of old denemo
> > files I notated is there any way to update these files so I can
> > open
> > them on the current version of denemo?
> I take it that the files don't open with the current Denemo version -
> either that is a bug or you have files from before 2001, which is the
> earliest version I can see the source code for. If you could send a
> sample file (privately to Richard Shann <address@hidden> if
> it
> is confidential) I would be interested to look at it to see what is
> going on, I'm pretty sure it will be possible to open them in Denemo
> one way or another.

The files you sent are from version 1.0 of Denemo's XML export format,
support for which would seem to have gotten dropped at some stage. I've
patched it back in (*) and pushed the fix to the source repository. As
you are working on Windows you can download the fixed version after
tonight's build (night-time in Chicago that is):

(this is a no-install version of Denemo).

> > Also there used to be an option of making a keyboard shortcut map,
> > and there was one I used called the speedy keyboard short cuts does
> > it still exist? If so how do I implement it??

If you have any difficulty re-instating your old shortcut system please
ask. You can always see the current set of shortcuts that you have set
via the menu Help->Shortcuts
(*) I should say that the files you sent had partly empty measures as
parsed back in; these would need to be filled out (or left entirely
blank) for them to typeset properly. I don't know if that is some
artifact of the parsing that has crept in over the years or was a
feature of the original files...

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