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Smarter auto-scrolling in our notation editor

A small but nice change today: when you’re editing in the Soundslice notation editor and play the audio, we’ll no longer auto-scroll the notation by default.

The auto-scrolling could get annoying, making you lose your place. From now on, if you’re using our editor, your view will be locked in place unless you manually pan or zoom.

If you do want to enable auto-scrolling within the notation editor, simply press Play and pan the notation. You’ll see an “Enable autoscroll” button appear.

Comments

Hi Adrian. Really like Soundslice, you're doing a wonderful thing.
I would like to make the following request.Sometimes I would like to default to auto scrolling always on. Please consider adding a setting to allow a user to set auto scroll on of off as the default.
Thanks!
Bob Besen
I second that. Many times that's exactly what you want.
Yes, please add that; I searched for it to no avail — BECAUSE IT'S NOT THERE!

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LOVE this app — thank you for the good work :-)

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