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Version 4.1 – February 2022

Version 4.1 Changelog

  • Maintenance: Addressed crashes & ANRs
  • Bug fix: Remove ‘add sub folders?’ notice when there aren’t any sub folders detected
  • Bug fix: Turn to next chart in a setlist using pedal
  • Improvement: Disable vertical scroll by default
  • New: search feature added to set list builder

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This is predominantly a maintenance release fixing several bugs, resolving any crashes based on reports/analytics from usage, and improving general app performance.

One new feature has been added – the ability to use search when building a Set List. This has been requested frequently over the last 6 months and I’m pleased to be able to add it to help users who are gigging regularly and have a long index of charts to sort through when building out lists. Enjoy!

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

Frank Visconti

8 Mar, 2022 - 1:04 pm

Everything about your software it’s fantastic. Mainly the clarity and reliability of the flow of information. It’s also very friendly. I see that you were considering a migrated/backup feature some time ago and I was wondering if that feature will soon be available. I have a folding Samsung phone which I like to make notes on and it would be awesome to be able to have my notes and personal annotations available on multiple devices. I am also a trumpet player and kindred spirit. Thanks!

Maeve Lander

8 Mar, 2022 - 2:27 pm

Thanks Frank! Always nice to hear of people using and enjoying the app.

The use-case you describe sounds like more of a Cloud Sync feature? Whereby annotations are always up-to-date on multiple devices. I had something more static in mind for the migrate/backup function – more like a one-off export that would help people preserve data when upgrading their device. But I actually really like your idea. A sync would be a lot more flexible. I’ll do some technical exploration to see if this would be a viable approach. Thanks for the idea!

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