Actually, this David was only semi-joking about the matrix editor. I 
look at pieces of programs as resource costs. Resources spent on the 
matrix editor are not available for use on what I consider more 
important parts of the program. For what it's worth, I've have liked 
matrix editors for music. It's like trying to read a player piano score: 
useless to anything except machines. (Like writing a score in Lilypond 
using a text editor.)

But RG is very flexible and I enjoy that.

On 05/07/2012 02:36 PM, David Tisdell wrote:
> When I am writing, I almost always begin with the notation editor.
> Vitally important tool. One of the things I like about RG is that it
> adapts well whatever your approach to composition.
> Dave
> On Mon, May 7, 2012 at 8:07 PM, PMA wrote:
>     Abrolag wrote:
>      > On Mon, 07 May 2012 18:08:43 -0400
>      > PMA<
>     <>>  wrote:
>      >
>      >> david wrote:
>      >>> ...  I think RG could profitably get rid of the matrix editor. ;-)
>      >>
>      >> For the record just in case, that would end my interest in RG.
>      >
>      > methinks david was having his little joke ;-)
>      >
>     i saw the  ;-)  but didn't get it.  sorry, naive me.

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