Lime is a WYSIWYG music score editor. It supports input from MIDI instruments such as a MIDI keyboard as well as MIDI playback. It uses QuickTime MIDI if not MIDI playback instruments are available.
What is new in this release:
Fix to music XML importing lyrics and other text annotations (sorry)
Fix to playback on Windows if system is not turned off for over 24 days.
Once an upgraded or downgraded file is saved, 'save as' is no longer required.
What is new in version 9.15.7:
Restore use of Delete/Backspace to delete notes, converting them to rests (disabled by mistake in 9.15.6, sorry).
Fix placement bug that occasionally placed a note too far right on a multi-stave system (introduced in 9.15.6, sorry).
Fix occasional hang when deleting measures in pieces with irregular measure lengths.
Improved placement of whole note rests after time signatures, keys or clefs. Prevent multi-measure rests being extended over double bar lines.
Eliminate the occasional memory problems when printing on Windows.
Fix colours on Macs when importing scores from Windows Lime.
Support printing of coloured lines on PowerPC Macs using PostScript. Note, however, that PostScript printing is deprecated as it is no longer needed.
MusicXML enhancements to handle some of the foibles of PDFtoMusic.
Sensible scrolling amounts when clicking in the scroll bars.
What is new in version 126.96.36.199o:
- Fixed hear tracking when voices stop and start.
- Fixed post script line width on old PPC Macs (sorry).