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LilyKDE

LilyKDE is a set of tools to integrate the LilyPond music typesetter into KDE. It consists of icon and MIME type information for LilyPond files, a Kate plugin to run LilyPond and embed a preview with clickable notes and error messages, and a Konqueror service menu.

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  •  21 Nov 2008 15:29

    Release Notes: All translations (Dutch, French, Turkish, Spanish, Russian, and Italian) have been updated, and other minor improvements have been made.

    •  08 Oct 2008 14:17

      Release Notes: Adding articulation to a selection has been improved. LilyKDE now also recognizes chords and skips commands like \ff, which were erroneously recognized as pitches. A new Rhythm tab in the Quick Insert panel has been added with some powerful functions for manipulating the rhythm of the selected music. Handling of non-ASCII characters in filenames has been improved.

      •  03 Oct 2008 22:47

        Release Notes: A new Quick Insert Panel has been added. It currently contains one handy tool to insert articulations, one by one or to a group of notes at once.

        •  01 Oct 2008 16:15

          Release Notes: The score wizard now uses \center-column for stacked instrument names if LilyPond's version is 2.11.57 or higher. An Ambitus option has been added to all vocal part types, showing the pitch range of that part at the beginning of the staff. An example file with useful shortcut expansions has been added, and there is an option to clear the log view on each LilyPond run.

          •  30 Jul 2008 20:56

            Release Notes: A German translation has been added, and the translation system was fixed so that translations from LilyKDE don't mix anymore with Kate's messages (which was annoying for some Italian words).

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