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    Here, take all my votes.
    What do you mean, only three? This here is a life or death situation.
    (cries)

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    Ayumi commented  · 

    Not only that, but it would help with data costs. I'd love a feature to download the sounds to certain devices. It sure beats waiting for my 2G connection/insanely slow 3G to finish loading all that stuff. And I'm not sure if it's common around the world, but around here each MB costs up to 0,10 dollars-- a hefty amount at the end of the month. orz

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    Ayumi commented  · 

    Maybe adding a tool to use people's soundfonts and instrument banks? It's easier than each person making their own sounds. Besides, there are many sf for free or less than 10 dollars.

    Since it's cloud based, it would be kinda complicated to download 10GB worth of sounds all the time... 'n.n

    Hence, no East West Quantum Leap quality. XD

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    Ayumi commented  · 

    Hm, when I'm working offline, I don't close Mozilla. Record was three days with poor notebookies working nonstop. Three days without turning it off, without reseting the RAM...

    (it's possible to export even offline, that means you can save it)

    And the best part? NF is unable to autosave if you aren't connected! XD

    If I accidentally turn off the PC or close the tab, all I have to do is import the xml when I find a wifi point. Midis usually mess the score (mixing it all in one channel, for example). .xml can aren't perfect either, but it's still more accurate. If you aren't sure, use both)

    Just be sure to add as many instruments as possible (at least the ones you like). Even if you remove the clef, it's still saved in the temporary folder, so you can just add it again. (as long as you don't close your browser).

    Ah, saving the page won't work. Don't try to save the page (and files) to reopen them later. For a moment, you think it worked. But the music won't appear.

    NF exports as 'all files', so add the extension and it should be okay.

    Besides, most music notation softwares read xml (and you can always download Musescore).

    It's just that NF is really easy to use and a lot more intuitive. And it allows users to share music... :)

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