Well. My main reason in not based on musical theory, It is a visually appealing feature.jimhenry wrote:Hi silvrica! Since you are the first to complain about not having all the keys labeled, can I ask you to read the discussion about why only 7/12 of the keys are labeled and then tell us if you now agree with that change or why you disagree? To be honest, I never turn on key labels and I don't have the perspective of someone who would want the keys labeled.
Be warned that if you come up with a good reason for labeling all the keys then you'll be on the hot seat for answering how the remaining keys should be labeled, since it was that puzzle that lead to not labeling them at all.
To be honest. It is one of the features that I like the most of syntesia since I started using it several years ago. I have learnt a lot seeing the labels of every falling note, mainly for sightreading. I am not good at reading sheet music and I am waiting anxiously for Synthesia 11, but the old note labelling really helps me. It is good that it is kept as an option in the Settings.
I open the Settings of preview r4264 and I cannot see the option Gameplay>Note Labels.