- How can I delete memos?
As used in the Notation Input Mode, you can use a long tap (press and hold) to directly select the memo object, or a long tap away from the memo then drag to select an area.
An edit menu appears after the object is selected, use a tap to select cut, copy, paste, or delete.
- On iPhone 6s devices, Touch Notation may close unexpectedly when touching the score area.
This issue has been resolved in version 1.0.104 of Touch Notation.
Please update to the latest version of the app.
- How can I add or delete measures?
- Simply write or delete a measure bar.
- Touch Notation crashes under iOS9.
This issue has been resolved in version 1.0.103 of Touch Notation.
Please update to the latest version of the app to ensure stability under iOS9.
- How can I enter slurs that straddle between two pages?
- The current version of Touch Notation does not allow entering slurs that straddle pages.
Instead, please enter separate slurs for both pages, then drag the start and end points of the slurs to give the appearance of a single straddled slur.
- How do I select a part?
- Selecting a part can be achieved by double-tapping then holding (on the second tap) the far left or far right side of the part. Specifically, you double-tap in the left or right margin of the score beside the desired part, then leave your finger or touch pen momentarily on the screen for 1 second or more. Dotted red lines should then appear around the staff. During this time, you can also drag your finger/touch pen up or down to select multiple parts. Finally, release your finger/touch pen to confirm selection, and the desired parts will be highlighted in blue.
- How do I open a score created using the free version of Touch Notation in the full version?
The free version of Touch Notation v1.0.010 and later allows eScore files to be output. Please follow the steps below to open eScore files created in the free version of Touch Notation in the full version of Touch Notation. Note that the full version of Touch Notation must be installed.
Open the free version of Touch Notation and select the Export function from the Library Screen. Next select the ‘eScore’ file format and ‘Open In…’ option, then tap Open. From the list of compatible apps that appears, select ‘Open in Touch Notation’. The full version of Touch Notation will start, and open the selected score automatically.
* For information about opening scores in other applications, please refer to the application’s built-in help.
* Prior to v1.0.010, it was not possible to open scores created in the free version of Touch Notation in the full version of Touch Notation. Please ensure that you are running the most recent version of Touch Notation available to allow this functionality.
- Touch Notation’s sound is interrupted or the screen display is disfigured.
- Please try closing any other applications that may be running in the background, consuming resources.
- The Touch Notation app is unstable, freezes, or closes suddenly.
- There may not be sufficient resources to run the application smoothly. Please try restarting your device and reloading the app.