The two options we used to have years ago, for the sound used to be better than what is available now (specially the basic one).
It has been really hard to handle the sound, and volume, not clear where it is when we open a piece.
Yes, I was wondering if it is possible to see who visits our pieces; if the visits come from within Noteflight, from a link in an email we sent, or from a professional site where we may have them posted. I have been concerned since last week because of a very unusual number of visits to three of my pieces. I was happy with this, but because of a recent experience I am wondering if I should be more careful..
Also, replying to what people are saying here, I thought Noteflight would take care of a problem of plagiarism (at least I would hope to count on YOU! if I find this unfortunate thing is blatantly happening). Being within Noteflight 'premises' which is the case of nayamusic, I thought this could be almost automatic.
Yes, looking for the same.
Yes, I noticed there is, but not with enough separation, though. It still is very hard to figure out where we are, depending on where we are. If you have a piece for a large orchestra and are viewing only a few (but not so few) staves; perhaps even a couple of sections, it is not clear where you are (specially, of course when using the strip layout view).
OK, I think we have this now on Crescendo, but the problem is that at the moment that we add an instrument or two, the template loses its reading easiness (which to start is already not that effective) because the distance between the sections get evened down and there is no separation between them even in the beginning; so; you have always to come back to the beginning and look at the order of the instruments to find where you are, especially considering the orchestra score does not fit on the screen.
I would greately appreciate if this could be improved.