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Changes to setting default visibility

Today we’ve made a small change to the way slice creators can set default visibility of notation, tab, chords or lyrics.

Say you wanted to change your slice to use stemmed tablature, or to hide the standard notation (showing only tab). Previously, you could click the vertical text to the left of notation, hence opening the “track controls,” and you’d see a little Save button appear if you made changes to visibility:


We’ve now removed this Save button. Instead, use our built-in notation editor to accomplish this.

In the notation editor, open the tracks menu and click the track you want to edit. You’ll see a new Visibility section there, with the same icons as before:


We’ve made this change because it makes things more consistent and predictable. Now, everything involving changing tracks — from the name to the tuning to the visibility — lives in the same place.


[Comment posted by James G]

A feature I'd love to see: MusicXML export of notated soundslices. Important to back up our work locally and use in different software! Thanks for the magic cloud note/tab editor, it works really great!
You're in luck: we do already offer MusicXML export for all paid accounts. :)
[Comment posted by James G]

Oh good to know! Thanks!

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