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Orpheus in your language

Orpheus is available in the following languages:

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • Dutch

If your device language is set to one of the above languages, Orpheus will automatically use your language. If your language is not available Orpheus will use English.

If you are able to help with translation please get in touch. You don’t have to know any code, and it’s a fantastic way to contribute to the project.

A huge thank you to all the translators who have helped out so far – Lorna Robertson, Constanze Rubel, Larissa Queiroga, Krauz1, Andrea Santucci, Lenny Ekberg, Peter Knavs, Tatyana, and Hans Hasenack.

Maeve Lander is a software developer by day, trumpeter and arranger by night. She created Orpheus ~8 years ago, when Android was first born. It has gone through iteration over the years, but has always held true to the original vision; a minimalist sheet music reader that just does one thing, really well.

2 Comments

Mart

28 Nov, 2021 - 3:42 am

Hi Maeve, I like Orpheus very much. I am just wondering about the function in dutch “wissel tussen hitlijsten in een setlist”. What does it do?

Thanks, Mart

Maeve Lander

28 Nov, 2021 - 12:49 pm

In English, the option in settings reads “Turn between charts in Set List”. With this option enabled, you can turn to the next and previous chart in your set list. With it disabled, it won’t allow a turn to the next chart. Some users prefer the later to avoid any risk of accidentally turning to a new chart before they are ready. Others like to enable the option in order to move quickly to the next chart during performance.

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