[linux-audio-user] FINALE 2000 - WINE ???
rscanning at eircom.net
Wed Mar 3 07:49:55 EST 2004
thanks for the links,
i had another look but still can't see anything up to scratch - i need a
gui interface where i can to create large orchestral scores to
publication standard, output and transpose instrumental parts, design
and import non standard notational symbols etc. etc.
besides this i have dozens of scores already in Finale that need to be
accessible to me
Finale is working pretty well under Wine but i would just like to iron
out the few glitches that are there
the link to mscore seems to be broken, or the page is down...
robcanning <rscanning at eircom.net>
>sorry if this is slightly off-topic but to convert fully to linux audio
>i need to be able to use notation - i've seen some of the open source
>notation packages and none of them are up to the level of Finale yet.
>i'm trying out finale 2000 on the WINE emulator for Linux on Redhat9.
>I have put a copy of the maestro.ttf font into an X11 directory and
>pointed my .wine/config file to that directory so now i have the font
>showing up in finale.
>My problem is all the little buttons in the simple entry panel are
>instead of showing up note/duration symbols - most of the other buttons
>in the other entry panels are showing up ok. any linux/wine/finale
>users out there???
>are the symbols on these buttons connected to maestro.ttf?
>- reports of any experiences with using finale within WINE would be
>greatly appreciated especially with regards to getting the midi .dll
>side of things up and running.
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