• Single Style File Check: For opening a single style file for check and fix.
• Style File Folder Check: For opening a folder with style files for check and fix. By default style files in subfolders will be checked too. This feature can be disabled in the Settings Menu.
• Open CSV File: For opening a CSV data file created with the PSR Style Database Application.
• Open File List: For opening a text file containing a list of files.
• Exit: Exits the program.
• Select size of User Interface. Your setting is saved.
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Settings in the User Interface
• MIDI Initial Measure settings: Selects if the original initial measure will be used if not corrupt, or a default initial measure always will be used.
• CASM, OTS, MDB error settings: The checked sections will be deleted automatically if corrupt. The program will try to repair some simpler errors in the CASM section.
• Missing CASM correction: If checked a default CASM section will be added to style files without a CASM section. The program checks if a default CASM can be used successfully, if not, the default CASM section is not added.
• Select one of the four File Open methods:
1. Single Style File Check: For opening a single style file for check and fix.
2. Style File Folder Check: For opening a folder with style files for check and fix. By default style files in subfolders will be checked too. This feature can be disabled in the Settings Menu.
3. Open CSV File: For opening a CSV data file created with the PSR Style Database application written by Peter Wierzba.
4. Open File List: For opening a text file containing a list of files. One file with full path per line; e.g. C:\my_styles\my_style.sty
• Click the "Go" Button.
• The program will show the number of style files for processing and the estimated processing time. The user is asked to confirm to continue or to cancel processing. This feature can be used if a wrong folder or CSV file has been selected for repair or if the user wants to cancel for other reasons.
Note: Method 2 will check all style files - including style files without errors. Method 3 will force the program to check style files with errors only. Therefore it is recommended to use method 3 for checking large style file collections. Furthermore the processing time will vary depending upon the hardware configuration. The estimated processing time is based at pc's with a 2 GHz and a 400 MHz processor respectively.
• The program will automatically find and try to repair style files.
• The original style files are overwritten with the repaired versions.
• The status line shows the number of style files checked and repaired.
• The list will show all non-repairable style files.
• As some Error Types are related it is recommended to refresh the list of style files and create a new CSV file in the "PSR Style Database" application after one check.
• Then start over from Step 1.
• Select (highlight) which of the non-repairable style files (if any) to delete, to move to or to copy to another folder.
• Click button "Delete" if you wish to delete the selected style files.
• Click button "Move Selected to" or button "Copy Selected to" if you wish to move or copy the selected style files.
• Select a folder to move or to copy non-repairable style files to in the "DirectoryList" window which is opened.
• Click button "OK" in the "DirectoryList" window to let the program automatically move/copy the selected style files to the selected folder.