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WINDOWS 8??
#21
I use MS in DuOS without any problem, everything works just fine including overlay menu and zoom. I use it on Windows 8.1 tablet - so only touch, not mouse or keyboard. What's your settup?

Tablets: Surface Pro 4, ThinkPad 8; Mobile: Lumia 950
Other: Strich BT-FP2, USB-MIDI connection to Kurzweil Forte 7
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#22
(01-16-2015, 04:16 AM)NeoCZ Wrote: I use MS in DuOS without any problem, everything works just fine including overlay menu and zoom. I use it on Windows 8.1 tablet - so only touch, not mouse or keyboard. What's your settup?

Reinstalling did the job. MS works fine again within DuOs, with all functions available, including the overlay menu and using the Surface Pen for annotations or highlighting. It really looks great on the big screen. But DuOS still did not solve the sleep mode bug on several devices, including the SP3. This is really annoying, because closing the cover, or leaving the device for a while causes a frozen black or inverted DuOS screen.
I hope Mike will finish the new pro version soon, so a Windows version of it can be a next step!
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#23
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Hello, 

Some good news: I just installed latest version of DuOs (1.0.13.6643) and the earlier problems with sleep mode appear to have been solved. Now using MobileSheets on my Surface Pro 3 is really nice and easy! It looks brilliant on the 12" 4:3 screen and using the Surface pen for annotations is a breeze.
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#24
Any good news for the Windows 8 release?
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#25
I just finished getting things ready to release MobileSheetsPro on Android, so that means I can focus a little more now on getting the Windows 8 version ready for release also. I'll try to post more information soon about the progress on the Windows 8 version.

Mike
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#26
I can't tell you how pleased I am that a Windows 8 version is in the works. I use a large (16") Windows tablet (HP Envy 15T X360) and the only option has been MusicReader, a dismal platform. On my iPad I use iGigBook for its robust indexing and searching capabilities across dozens of standard fakebooks. But on my large tablet there is only the one option. I look forward to the ability to try MobileSheets. I have kept flirting with building my own PDF viewer/indexer, but I'd really rather spend time playing music rather than building more software. Please keep us posted on the Windows 8 version, or on success running under Chrome or other trans-platform solutions. BTW I don't use the Windows 8 interface at all; I use Classic Shell and run a traditional interface. The touch screen implementation is acceptable.
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#27
I'm really looking forward to Windows 8/8.1/10 version. I use my Android tablet only for sheet music, only app I have there is MSpro so after Windows version is released I might use Android tablet only as backup...

Tablets: Surface Pro 4, ThinkPad 8; Mobile: Lumia 950
Other: Strich BT-FP2, USB-MIDI connection to Kurzweil Forte 7
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#28
Looks like Microsoft saved a little bit work for Mike - http://www.windowscentral.com/microsoft-...-new-video :-)

Tablets: Surface Pro 4, ThinkPad 8; Mobile: Lumia 950
Other: Strich BT-FP2, USB-MIDI connection to Kurzweil Forte 7
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#29
That is fascinating. I'm really curious to see how well it works, or if it will even work with MobileSheets.
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#30
Let us know when/if you try it... Smile

Tablets: Surface Pro 4, ThinkPad 8; Mobile: Lumia 950
Other: Strich BT-FP2, USB-MIDI connection to Kurzweil Forte 7
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