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  1. #1
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    Custom Note Markers

    In neck diagram II, When you use a custom size note label (and/or custom font size) the result on the diagram is not acceptable. The label is almost never centered in the enclosing circle. Sometimes it is too high, sometimes too low, sometimes skewed right or skewed left. And, it can be off-center in a variety of directions in the same graphic.

    It would be very nice if you could fix this.
    Last edited by Jazzstudent; 05-19-2019 at 05:07 PM.

  2. #2
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    Is anyone going to address this issue. It has been mentioned before.

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    Hi Jazzstudent,

    We've been waiting to get more details from folks about this - we've not been able to reproduce it at will at our end, I'm afraid!

    If you have some .fbd's demonstrating this, could you email them over to us please? Information about your system will also be needed, for example:

    • what operating system & version are you running?
    • what resolution is your screen?
    • if Mac, is this Retina - and is it the default Retina resolution or being scaled (large text <--> more space)?
    • if Windows, what display or font scaling settings do you have?


    Thanks!
    Justin
    Author of Neck Diagrams

  4. #4
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    I have the same experience with ND2 (and previously ND1). Labels are never properly centered. I primarily show interval labels, but it doesn't matter if I use default or custom labels. I have reported this before and sent it project files and screenshots. Also, the sharp/flat (b/#) font is often larger than the interval number; they should ideally scale proportionally when you resize a fretboard.

    I'll be happy to help troubleshoot this any way I can. Let me know if you need anything else.

    Windows 10 Pro (Version 10.0.17763 Build 17763)
    Resolution: 1920x1080
    Scale: 100% (same result with 125%)

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