replacement for Flash-based interactive music player?

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sbenboy
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Re: replacement for Flash-based interactive music player?

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So sad. I was really needing to transpose "I am a Child of God"...
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Re: replacement for Flash-based interactive music player?

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sbenboy wrote:So sad. I was really needing to transpose "I am a Child of God"...
If you can afford the time to do it, one option would be to enter the music into a musical notation program that can then do the transposing for you. With a bit of practice, the free-to-use open source program called MuseScore aka MScore is available for a variety of operating systems. With a little practice, it's fairly quick to enter a simple melody--especially with keyboard shortcuts. It can also handle very complex music.
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Re: replacement for Flash-based interactive music player?

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I have found something useful in: https://hymnary.org/

For example to play "Count your blesings" they show an interactive music player. It doesn't have all but it is something :)
https://my.hymnary.org/song/dynamic/229 ... oviostatic

I'm sure that they are working in a new tool.
Adobe is the one who retired flash, not the technical service of the Church hehehe :D

PD: Sorry for my bad english.
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Re: replacement for Flash-based interactive music player?

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Please return the interactive music player. That's how I rehearse my parts. Thank you.
choicehealthclinic@gmail.com
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Re: replacement for Flash-based interactive music player?

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Post by choicehealthclinic@gmail.com »

I wish the lds interactive music player was still around. Please bring it baaack!
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Re: replacement for Flash-based interactive music player?

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choicehealthclinic@gmail.com wrote:I wish the lds interactive music player was still around. Please bring it baaack!
Removing it was not driven by the church - it was flash-based and Adobe took flash out of circulation, which broke the app. I have read elsewhere that a non-flash replacement is in development but no one has given any timeline of when it might be available. The church has a very small development group (as I understand from other posts on the forum - no special knowledge on my part). All we can do is be patient. I'm sure those who direct the developer's priorities are well aware of the desire for this to be made available again, but there are likely lots of projects on the plate and many may be more urgent than this one.
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Re: replacement for Flash-based interactive music player?

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Post by tuutau »

I'm complained with the feedback and got this response:

Changing the key or playing different parts of a hymn is no longer available due to the lack of Adobe Flash support. Flash is no longer being supported by Apple iOS, Google Chrome, or by Adobe itself. With newer technologies, we hope to soon update the new media player to provide those same features as before.

Thank you and have a blessed day!

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You should take a look at this post.
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