Improvements in 2019 include the following:
Touch-specific X and Y calls: applied throughout incl. Analysis, Prover, Printing and Ringing. X is for existing events and Y at any other row. They can include multiple changes, including jump changes (except in the Composer) and can be implemented as often as you like.
Touch Editor: enables X and Y calls in the Free-Format Editors, incl. in Calling Positions columns. Also enabled are mixed events in spliced format, and improved F3 search.
Screen Shot 1the Calling Positions Editor, shows one of the Composer's compositions,
for a 2020 date touch and the Y call it created at row 29.
Also illustrated is a 579 of Plain Bob Minor composed for a 2019 touch, with an X call at a lead end.
Touch Composer: has been completely rewritten:
To accomodate date-touches, it can create X and Y calls of up to 3 rows, including nested parts, by calling position for selected conductor, +/-parts for variations (incl special calls) at the beginning or end, all rotations, unlimited touch lengths, spliced with mixed lengths/events/stages, repeated parts with no selected calls (spliced), allowing methods with no defined calls or multiple call events, start-sequence@row, plus options to keep hunt bells and tenors home at mixed stages.
Screen Shot 2shows the settings used in the Composer for the touch above.
Sensors: enable adjust strike delays in realtime