Larger Chord Sizes
You can now choose to display chords with a larger size, making them easier to read in the PRACTICE, TABBING, and CHORDS song views.
Improved In-App Release Notes
Thanks to automatic updates, it's easy to miss out on the details of our ongoing work on Capo between larger releases. To keep you in the loop, we now ship Capo with a more comprehensive set of change history that goes all the way back to the 4.0 release that shipped in late 2019.
In future updates to Capo, you'll be prompted to view these release notes at your convenience, and you can revisit them at any time by selecting Help > What's New from the main menu.
- When using pinch zoom on a trackpad while the cursor is over the waveform area, the zoom gesture is no longer interrupted, and the display refresh rate has improved somewhat.
- Chord boxes for 4- and 5-stringed instruments are now rendered slightly more narrow than the standard 6-string diagrams, which looks a little closer to what folks might expect
- Added support for a few chords that have been requested in support: 6add9 (aka 6/9), 7sus2, maj7sus2, 7sus4, and maj7sus4. (Note: You have to specify "6add9" in your chord searches, because "6/9" throws off our support for recognizing inversions. We plan to address this issue soon!)
- When zooming in or out with keyboard shortcuts, Capo no longer loses your position when the playhead is close to the end of the song (#1807)
- Capo no longer shows truncated bar numbers in the PRACTICE song view on macOS 10.12
- You can no longer edit a project's filename from the window titlebar before saving it for the first time, causing Capo to crash (#1839, #1823)
- When switching your instrument to something other than a guitar in standard tuning, Capo now correctly remembers this selection for new projects (#1803)