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Postby MDE » Sat Sep 23, 2017 9:40 pm

Treading carefully...
There have been a lot of really great enhancements to Muso recently, but I wonder if it isn't time to raise the subject of documentation. Even as a long time user, I sometimes forget what to do to get the best out of Muso.
I have been singing Muso's praises on other forums (fora ?) but am a bit concerned that trial/new users do not get a full manual and may not get the most out of it.
Any thoughts?
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Re: Manual

Postby musoware » Sat Sep 23, 2017 10:20 pm

Yeah I probably should, I started the wiki but even that has missing info. I'll aim to complete that then pull those pages together into some form of documentation.
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Re: Manual

Postby MDE » Sun Sep 24, 2017 7:15 am

There's quite a lot in this forum, of course, especially in the News section, but it's a bit scattered. Let us know when it's done and I'll happily take a look and suggest any additions, images etc.
You are welcome to use any images from my website at http://music.highmossergate.co.uk/screenshots.php if you wish.
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Re: Manual

Postby DuLac » Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:40 pm

I quite agree that a manual would be welcome and necessary.
But until such a manual is written a very abridged documentation emphasizing Muso's main features and a small test database available in the download area would make wonders in catching the attention of any trial user.
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