Deleting bars: Thanks to John Snyder for providing an example where deleting a bar
(with the music justified in "publish mode) caused the program to hang. This is now fixed.
Rendering of hairpins: John's file also illustrated some infelicitous drawing when
the end of a hairpin is attached to a line-change barline. This is now fixed too.
Rendering of brackets: And while we're at it, the same problem is headed off for
other passages (8va, guitar barré, etc) marked with extended brackets over the music.
Rendering of multi-bar rests: The criterion for allowing the bar count to be included
in line with a multibar-rest has been relaxed. This can now happen with slightly shorter rests.
The general emergency fix-up command (Ctrl+F5) was having problems with multi-bar rests
in prallel parts. This is now fixed.
Reading old files: Thanks Jake Moskowitz for reporting that some old Mozart files were
causing problems, and refusing to be read in. This is now fixed.
MOZART 14 version 14.0.2
16 May 2018
Chord names: Thanks to Chris Beeson for noticing that chord names were still incorrectly
presented when a capo was in use. This is definitely fixed now.
Lyric line depth: Thanks to Ken Schweim for pointing out problems changing the lyric
line depth without changing the lyric font size. This is now thoroughly overhauled in the Layout Editor.
Spacing of time signature changes: Thanks to Jeroen Neve for noticing that importing music
from XML didn't space complex repeat barlines with time signatures correctly. This is now fixed.
Short hairpins: Thanks to Leward Fluty for discussions on when Mozart refuses to draw a dynamic
at the end of a very short hairpin. He has convinced us that Mozart is being a bit sniffy about this
(our description, not his!) and the condition is henceforth removed: Mozart will always draw dynamics on hairpins
when you ask for them, and if it looks awful on ashort one, it is your responsibility not to ask for it.
MOZART 14 version 14.0.1
9 May 2018
Copyright text field: Thanks to Gregg Dunn for noticing that the copyright text field is not imported
from older Mozart files. This is now fixed.
Chord names: Thanks to Richard Ball for noticing that chord names with explicit bass notes
were not printing properly. This too is now fixed.
Custom keyboard shortcuts: Thanks to Cindy Pedder for finding that she couldn't set a keyboard shortcut
when she should have been able to. It turns out that this is the lid of a can
of worms: all sorts of strange things are happening with that dialogue box.
But it is in the Microsoft Foundation Class library, which limits debugging possibilities.
Some fixes have been applied, which may or may not solve the problem. It's probably time
to bite the bullet and replace the library dialogue with a mozart-specific one, but this will take longer.
Using a capo: Thanks to Chris Beeson for noticing that chord names were incorrectly presented when a
capo was in use. This is now fixed.
Short hairpins: Thanks to Leward Fluty for pointing out problems inserting a hairpin spanning a single note.
This is now fixed. Also the minimum length of a hairpin you can enter has been reduced from
4 notewidths to 2. Very short ones can look pretty awful, but now, at least you have more choice!
Miscellaneous: Some of the detailed properties of the mozart.exe file were inacurately attibuted to the mozartReader.
This is now fixed too.