Other functions on the SNapp Sheet Music page
"SNapp Home" link: Closes the Sheet Music page and returns to the Home page.
"Save as PDF" option Selecting the "Save as PDF" option downloads the the score in PDF format to the device's "Downloads" folder. The file name is the same as that of the original MusicXML file. Opening the downloaded file in a PDF reader (such as Adobe Acrobat), will show the score broken up into pages (while on your device's screen, the sheet music is displayed as one continuous document and is not broken up into pages). The sheet music can be printed with the PDF reader. The appearance of the score can be adjusted with Preferences as described below in order to have a better fit to the page among other things. After saving, the PDF file can be moved to another device storage folder, or deleted, by the user.
"Export" option: The "Export" option downloads the score in MusicXML format to the device's "Downloads" folder. The main purpose of this function is to capture in this format any changes made to the score by the "Edit" option. The original MusicXML from which the file was converted is not modified by "Edit" so saving the edited file is necessary to capture the changes in that format.
"SNapp Help" link: Opens the SNapp description page (top level page).
"Edit" option The "Edit" option permits the user to make changes to the score. The current "beta" version of SNapp only supports adding, changing, or deleting fingerings. The intention is that in the future there will be more editing capabilities. Changes are stored only to the file in your browser's local storage and not to the original MusicXML file. The "Edit" sidebar includes a notice about saving changes to a MusicXML file by using the "Export" option. WARNING: the current implementation stores the MusicXML file with certain XML differences from the original. These differences may result in errors if the saved file is attempted to be open in other MusicXML-supporting applications such as MuseScore.