Thanks to Roger Prowse for reporting a problem with the copyright string, which seems to have crept in in a recent service pack.
It is fixed in this version.
MOZART 13 version 13.0.14
Thanks again to Bill Braun for reporting further miscellaneous problems with tab staves. These should now be fixed.
Thanks to Jaacov Molcho for observing that playback ends to soon if a final bar line with a repeat or redirection
coincides with the end-of-tune marker. This is now fixed.
A third-party developer has sent us a Korean language module, developed entirely independently of Mozart.
This service pack adds support for that module.
Continued development of Mozart has exposed a bug in the abc import module, which kicks in if notes
in a triplet are marked with accents. This is now fixed.
MOZART 13 version 13.0.13
Thanks to Bill Braun for reporting some strange results with stems on tab staves.
Stems on tab staves are now always drawn to the same vertical position and beams are horizontal.
Warnings about chord staves with no chord dictionary have been annoyingly frequent. This should no longer be the case.
MOZART 13 version 13.0.12
Thanks to Ron Smith for reporting that there are still problems with Macros.
One problem is that Macros written for earlier versions of Mozart may not work,
and another is that they were not being initialised correctly. Both are now
fixed, and if Mozart tries to initialise an outdated Macro, it fais, and offers
to delete the file.
Thanks to Colin Onions for reporting that when a bar is deleted, stems in
subsequent bars return needlessly to their default direction. This is now fixed.
Thanks to Jeroen Neve for pointing out that pulling a note up and down with Alt+arrow
could reformat the whole bar (in particular changing stem directions) where this is
unnecessary. This is now improved.
MOZART 13 version 13.0.11
Thanks to Zlatoje Pajcic for pointing out that reiteration commands become
unavailable from the Ribbon Bar during macro recording. It turned out to
be true of a few others too. It is now fixed.
And here's one we discovered ourselves while further developing the Danish
language module in collaboration with Niels Rasmussen. If you changed languages
(with the Languages command on the Options tab) and then in the same session did
a Print Preview, then you got a crash. Changing Languages was not reinitialising
the (hidden) Print Preview category correctly. After considereable delving into
the Microsoft Library source code, we worked out how to fix this, and fixed it now is!
The above language/print-preview problem is also now fixed in the MozartReader.
Thanks for the observation that tool tips on gallery panes did not include the keyboard
shortcutThey were supposed to be there, but Mozart had setting up the tooltips before
the keyboard shortcuts had been established! A slight re-ordering has got them back!
Thanks to Roger Prowse for pointing out problems of breath marks being moved when music
is reformatted. The cure was scheduled for Mozart 14, but we have now introduced it
into Mozart 13: breath marks may now be 'attached' to (and offset from) a neighbouring
note in the same way as is possible for dynamic markings. This means that, under any
reformatting operation, they preserve their position relative to the note.
MOZART 13 version 13.0.10
Thanks to John Filsak for pointing out that the Properties command (Alt+Enter)
did not have the correct action when applied to bar lines. This is now fixed.
Thanks to Tony Caporn for finding a serious problem whenever Mozart tries to list
the commands forming a macro. This is now fixed. Mozart 13 derives its command
names for such lists completely differently from Mozart 12 and this has rsulted in
considerable simplification and removal of outdated code!
Thanks to Cindy Pedder for noting that whilst gallery buttons could be added to the
Quick Access Toolbar, commands corresponding with individual panes of a gallery could
not. This was a design feature, but the work on the macro problem above has
facilitated a relaxation of this constraint.
Thanks to Niels Rasmussen and Andy Jerison for discovering that the
Help/Troubleshooting command didn't always recover lost tools when one is using
multiple monitors. This Service Pack introduces a different implementation of this
command, which should be an improvement.
By popular demand, the play-back tool has been enhanced. The tempo factor (by which
you can play back at a multiple of the marked tempi) is now set on a per-window basis,
so that (for example) you can have two windows open on the same piece, set to play back
at different multiples of the marked tempo. The set of parts to play back is also set
by the play-back tool on a per window basis. The play button now turns to stop, and
pause is a separate button. The icons on the two buttons for "play all parts"
and "play chosen parts" have reverted to closer to the form of the those on
the old Mozart 12 toolbar.
Thanks to Andy Jerison for reminding me that Ctrl+F1 is a standard Windows shortcut for
minimising/restoring the ribbon bar. It now does that, and the command for showing the
list of commands now has the shortcut Shift+F1.
Thanks to Mitch Park and Tony Caporn for discovering that resetting the keyboard shortcuts
just removed a lot of them, instead of resetting Mozart's defaults. This is now fixed!
In the course of improving the Quick Access Toolbar, I noticed that you can add a whole pane
from any ribbon category to the QAT - thank you Mr Gates, though I don't see why you'd want to.
The icon on the QAT, for any pane, was a somewhat enigmatic green disk. Each pane now has
its own icon. They're all broadly greenish and in a dark green box to distinguish them from
Thanks to those who have reported problems with the index in the help system. At last I made
it happen myself, but the problem appears to be intermittent. There were some broken links
in the help system index. These shouldn't really have thrown the HTML Help Engine, but one
can hope that they were the cause, in which case, now they're fixed, the problem should go away!
Thanks to Niels Rasmussen, for pointing out that you cannot set all the lyric text in a selected
block to bold or italic. The 'Lyrics' category tab now remains available if you have a selected
block including one or more lyric lines, so that this is now possible, as it was in Mozart 12.
Thanks to Jeroen Neve for pointing out that the "Beat Delete" command can corrupt text
items in the neighbourhood of subsequent bar lines. This is now fixed.
Thanks to Clive Longhurst for finding a case in which adding a percussion note on one stave added
courtesy accidentals to all! This is now fixed.