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 +====== ROSEGARDEN 11.06, codename "Don Juan" RELEASED ======
 +The Rosegarden team is proud to announce the release of version 11.06 of Rosegarden, an audio and MIDI sequencer and musical notation editor for Linux.
 +With this release, the Glasgow Pitch Tracker fork of Rosegarden finally merges into the new codebase, and into mainline Rosegarden. ​ We on the core development team have done basically nothing of interest for this release cycle, and everything here was accomplished by contributors from the community.
 +===== Bug Fixes =====
 +  * A commonly-used time entry widget has been worked over to improve its functionality,​ and solve some usability problems
 +  * Fixed undo after copying/​pasting a range
 +  * When adding marks to a selection that includes a mixture of notes and rests, avoid applying meaningless marks to the rests
 +  * Insert Range now preserves the loop/range
 +  * Fixed a nasty LilyPond export bug that was causing problems with human performances where the notes had a physical start time that significantly preceded the bar line
 +===== New Features =====
 +  * Expose the instrument alias to external plugin GUIs so that plugins are easier to identify in applications like FLAM
 +  * Export LilyPond code using any of LilyPond'​s supported languages
 +=====People who contributed to Rosegarden development:​=====
 +  * Daren Beattie
 +  * Ted Felix
 +  * Graham Percival
 +  * Nick Bailey
 +  * Douglas McGilvray
 +=====People who contributed device files to the Rosegarden Library=====
 +  * Oscar van Eijk
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