Future of notation software

Recommendations concerning notation and publishing software in a non-partisan environment.
bobmusic
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Re: Future of notation software

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benwiggy wrote:
25 Jan 2020, 14:05
MuseScore is not browser-based: it's a standalone Windows/Mac/Linux app.
Yes of course you're right, thank you for clarifying, benwiggy.
In fact I had something else in mind, both note performer and noteflight include a dedicated online account to share or download/buy scores and Dorico SE does not (yet) offer that feature.
Thanks for pointing out the XML-export function, that is great.

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Den
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Re: Future of notation software

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OCTO wrote:
31 Oct 2019, 13:26
When Dorico seems to achieve what I need in notating my music than I will for sure buy it.
And...tell us what is important and what you need for your notation (which software etc.)?

OCTO
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Re: Future of notation software

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Den wrote:
14 Feb 2020, 19:03
OCTO wrote:
31 Oct 2019, 13:26
When Dorico seems to achieve what I need in notating my music than I will for sure buy it.
And...tell us what is important and what you need for your notation (which software etc.)?
My comment is now 4 months old, perhaps something is new in Dorico, yet here are the things I need in a notation software, incl. Dorico:
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