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5/3/15
Original Poster
Yvonne Patrick

I can't see music scores - I have downloaded Sibelius Scorch for Chrome

To find your Chrome version type chrome://version into your omnibox (where the URL is)
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sarjoor
5/3/15
sarjoor
Hi Yvonne,

Starting in Chrome 42, NPAPI plugins like Sibelius Scorch have begun the final phase of removal, and will no longer work nor be shown in the chrome://plugins page.
As far as I know, there is no PPAPI version of Sibelius Scorch yet, so these plugin files are not supported.

You can help by asking such websites/webmasters to change to using modern, secure PPAPI/Pepper plugins and HTML5, which will be supported by Chrome.

5/3/15
Original Poster
Yvonne Patrick
Helpful in the fact that I now know it isn't possible to see the music but extremely unhelpful as I am a professional classical singer and rely on these sites, such as Schubertline, to purchase legitimate copies of songs.
Thanks. Yvonne

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