Release of Oblivion 1.2

18 Aug 2015

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Version 1.2 of Oblivion for OpenOffice has been released today.

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User CSS for customizing Yahoo Mail

10 Aug 2015

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This post aims to provide users of Yahoo Mail with a solution to the "problem" of the day of week grouping. We offer this simple hack/solution for those users who need it. On a side note, this post is also a philosophical stance regarding Yahoo's decision (late July 2015) to not change the feature, to not make it optional and to impose its views upon all users of Yahoo Mail.

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Version 4.0 of Kinetic

28 Jul 2015

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Version 4.0 of Kinetic was logged in today and this completes the rewriting of the left hand fingering algorithm which was made necessary by discovering several impediments when the support for barrés was introduced earlier this year. New features are explained below.

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Release of DDT 1.7

7 Jul 2015

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Version 1.7 of DDT has been released today.

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Release of Oblivion 1.1

25 Jun 2015

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Version 1.1 of Oblivion for OpenOffice has been released today.

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Support of multipart scores in Kinetic

13 Jun 2015

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We are pleased to announce that our longest standing feature, that is the support of multipart scores, is now available in Kinetic.

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Support of MusicXML format in Kinetic

2 Jun 2015

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We are proud to announce that Kinetic now supports MusicXML as an output format. This format comes on top of the tablature format, which can be seen on the Kinetic Web App page, and other formats used internally.

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Why is a user account required?

8 Apr 2015

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Visitors of this website may wonder why we require from them that they register before engaging into pretty much any activity on the website. I thought I would take some little time to explain the two reasons behind this choice.

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