This post is the first of a series of posts for Developers about our APIs. Hello fellow developers, Today we are really excited to launch our Platform API publicly! Last year we re...
It's been quite a while since my last blog post. We've been very busy but no worries, many awesome improvements are coming!
Here is one of the most eagerly awaited lately, Octave Shift!
You can find them both inside the dynamics tool.
We know, they shouldn't really belong to the Dynamics tools, that's why we started to work on the third version of the toolbar.
Once you have dropped them on the music scores you will be able to extend them, or not :)
If you want to get a down shift just put under the staff. :)
That's all folks :)
Many more updates will follow so stay tuned :)
Also next week we will be in Denver at the ISTE,
Hope to see many of you and if you can't get in the convention center just ping us on twitter, we're always happy to connect!
by Pierre Rannou
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