This mode is essentially the same thing as Funiculus 0.5.
This mode has a diagram of a fretboard. You first select an instrument/tuning, and then you play a string. Look at the diagram, at the string corresponding to the one you just played. If it's too flat, it will be a shade of blue. Too sharp, a shade of red. If you are in the ballpark, it will be greenish. You should switch to the pitch meter on top at this point to fine tune the string.
This mode simply represents the note you play on a musical clef.
About Mode :
Sorry, this is sort of anti-climatic...not much to this mode.
Funiculus version 0.60 will be released soon (on Installer), but for those who wish to test the newest version,
There are plenty of known issues, but let me know of any you find anyway. (I haven't even tested the clef mode since I shifted the graphics around...I'm not sure it works yet in this new form.)
Update: The clef mode definitely doesn't work at this point...it will be easy to repair though.
Update: Here is version 0.59.5 for manual installation:
I corrected the typo I made in the source code concerning "Clef Mode", and so it should work now. And I've added a bunch of tunings. (Version 0.59.5 corrects a few tunings, for those of you who downloaded 0.59.0 in the two minutes it was posted.)
If you want to recommend a tuning to be included in the "fretboard mode", please post a comment or email me, naming the strings from top (physically...the string closest to the sky when a standard right-hander holds the instrument) to bottom. For each string, give the letter and the octave number (with Middle C equal to C4...remember that each new octave begins on C.) Don't forget to include the name of the octave and the instrument.
Here is an example:
Standard Guitar Tuning: E2, A2, D3, G3, B3, E4