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Song/Setlist Notes
#11
I think there might be a little bit of confusion here. If you load a song as part of a setlist, and then view the notes dialog, it will default to showing you the notes that will be displayed for that song for the current setlist. If no notes are present, it will default to showing you any notes that are assigned just to the song. The dropdown on this dialog does not convert anything. It just toggles between showing you the setlist specific notes, and the song notes (the ones not tied to a setlist).  If the behavior that you are seeing is different from what I've described, please let me know, as that would indicate there is a bug. 

As for the touch action to show notes, I haven't forgotten about it. It's still on my list of things to do. It sounds like it's important to people though, so I can elevate the priority and get it into the next update. I won't have proper translations in time, so I'll just use Google translate to handle the entry for "Show Notes".  There are a couple of things to note with this:

1) It will show you the setlist song notes if you are in a setlist for which you have specified notes for the song, otherwise it will use the individual song notes (perhaps I need to come up with better terms to distinguish this)

2) It will only show the popup of the notes - it won't allow you to quickly edit them or get access to the dialog to edit them

If you want additional options such as being able to explicitly choose which notes are shown with the touch action or either a separate touch action to show the notes dialog or a way to get to the notes dialog from the popup, then we will have to discuss that.

Thanks,
Mike
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#12
I'm beginning to wish I hadn't started this thread Smile .

Mike, I hadn't realised that one chart could contain both a 'song note' and a 'setlist note' and I now understand the logic of displaying a 'setlist note' when accessing the chart from within a setlist. That's a neat feature that I will likely make use of now I know about it.

What remains, from my original post, is the confusion of not being able to see any note displayed until you have exited the chart and re-opened it.  

Also, now I know about having two separate notes attached to the one chart, it would seem that opening such a chart in a setlist displays the 'setlist notes', but there is no way to access the 'song notes'?
Graeme

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#13
That is correct - if you load the song in a setlist, it only shows the setlist notes. If you want an option to show both notes at the same time, I would need to add code for that (it wouldn't be difficult). In that case, I could just separate the notes either by using a label for each (Setlist Notes: followed by those notes below it and Song Notes: followed by the notes below that) or by using a line to separate them.

Mike
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#14
That sounds like a good solution to me.  

If it is easy to implement and there's no danger of screwing something else up in the process, then I would go for that.
Graeme

1: Samsung 12.2" SM-P900: Android 5.0.2 
2: eSTAR GRAND HD Quad-Core 4G 10.2": Android 5.1 
3: Home-built BT pedal

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