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Thread: Saving setting

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    Default Saving setting

    When one has set up a song with instruments/speed etc,how does one save the settings.I save it in a new play list but it did not save the settings
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    Trafford Reeder

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    Trafford, this is an old problem. My solution is to go to enter my chosen style and tempo in a text field of one of the chords in the lowest system. That way, even if the style and/or tempo gets changed, you have a reminder of what style and tempo you prefer and can reset it yourself.

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    Hello, started yesterday and noticed that I cannot save a modification of a song with a new name. The old version was lost and the revision replaced the old song. The revision was a minor change of measures and also changed the title e.g. 4/4 and 3/4. Is it possible to save with a new name in my playlist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thieu49 View Post
    Hello, started yesterday and noticed that I cannot save a modification of a song with a new name. The old version was lost and the revision replaced the old song. The revision was a minor change of measures and also changed the title e.g. 4/4 and 3/4. Is it possible to save with a new name in my playlist?
    When you edit, choose DUPLICATE. That will give you an additional chart. Two charts cannot share an identical title so the editor automatically adds a number to make the title different. You can change the number to a text discriptor if you prefer.
    When you just choose EDIT you are changing that chart everywhere (library and playlists).

    You need two charts <song title> and <song title -waltz>. As far as the app is concerned, they are different songs.
    )BOB
    Last edited by pdxdjazz; 11-16-2017 at 01:30 PM.

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