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Package: rosegarden
Version: 2.1-3
Severity: wishlist

When I select "Notate" or "Sequence" in the rosegarden main menu, I get
the following messages displayed on my terminal: 

Rosegarden: Looking up Petal filters for Editor...
Rosegarden: no filter directory `/nethome/schwarz/.rosepetal-filters'
 ... found "Harmonize" in
 ... found "Instantiate Pattern" in

Standard UNIX behaviour is to not display any messages unless there are
errors. Thus, it would be nice if these messages would be turned off by
default (perhaps add a `-v' option to turn them back on, on demand).

BTW, rosegarden does not have a manual page and `$ rosegarden --help' just
starts the program as usual. Please add a simple manual page explaining
the possible command line options.



--                 Christian Schwarz
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Version: 1:1.2.3-2

Closing, bye.

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