jimhenry wrote:Even more strange, the keys play the range C3-C5 even though they are sending MIDI notes C2-C4 (I assume).
This is the old "Gameplay.AutoShiftToBestOctave" behavior. Synthesia is trying to be helpful by shifting your input to a range where it can hit the most notes for the given hand/part combination. On the iPad it's inconvenient to disable this.
(It takes using a tool like iFunBox to extract "Synthesia/Library/Application Support/com.synthesia.synthesia/settings.xml", placing it in the usual place on a PC or Mac, using the Synthesia Configuration utility to change that setting, and then sending the file back to the device.)
jimhenry wrote:At a minimum, if all notes can be made to fit by shifting by octaves, I think that should be done.
How does this differ from the "Move Them Inside My Keyboard's Range" behavior?
kiwi wrote:I have noticed we can't make bookmarks when a loop is on the timeline dunno if it's intended or no.
Ah, I see the bug. It's only supposed to prevent future bookmarks you can't see (because you're "inside" a loop). Once you're past the end of the loop, the behavior should return to normal. I'll fix it. In the meantime you can still Ctrl-click in the timeline to make bookmarks.
kiwi wrote:We can't see the next notes on the keyboard if we are doing a chord
Do you mean the color of the circle is too similar to the color of the key? (I.e., the lime green circle is too close to white?)
Before adding a border, I'd sooner just adjust the color of the circle a bit so the whole thing had more contrast.