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Version 3.1.0 – July 2018

Orpheus version 3.1 released in July 2018 is a major update, adding features and significantly refactoring the code-base. Most significantly, the underlying PDF Library has been replaced. The new, modern library will provide great improvements in stability and performance, and open up opportunities for continued feature development.

Version 3.1 Changelog

  • New PDF Library (+ major code refactoring) to improve internal processes, stability and performance
  • Major improvement to Annotations
    • Adds colour choices
    • Adds thickness control
    • Adds eraser tool
    • Adds undo/redo tool
    • Adds text note tool
    • Fixes annotations cache layer bug (blank score)
  • Better page viewing options
    • single page mode
    • 2 pages side by side
    • vertical scroll option
  • Adds night mode (and other colour modes)
  • Minor updates to inline help text for usability improvements
  • Theme colour adjustment – after 6 years I just felt it was time for a fresh shade of blue 🙂

I hope you will be impressed with the improvements in 3.1.  I would like to sincerely thank everyone who has written in with feedback over the years. It has been incredibly encouraging, and also really useful! I’ve taken a lot of your suggestions on board, and hope you love the new Orpheus as much as I do.

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.

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