Greetings rstauffe & welcome to the chordie forum! Chordie.com is a wonderful resource and a great place to share information, make acquaintances, and find entertainment, and learn about how to be a better musician.
My participation in the forum has enhanced my understanding and appreciation of music. I have found fellow musicians around the world who share my enthusiasm for learning how to make music.
I have 'met' many people on this forum who I would enjoy having as a neighbor. Although I may never have the opportunity to meet them in person I value their friendship, enjoy their insights, and am honored to count them as friends.
Most regular users of this resource exhibit both poise and maturity. Most regular users of this resource understand that this is a place where musicians can go to find useful information.
Most regular users of this site are sufficiently self-confident that they do not feel the need to belittle other users with snide and unproductive commentary. Most regular users of this resource come here to share their love of music.
Unfortunately, a few forum participants exhibit immature attitudes and anti-social behavior that would start a bar fight in any local tavern on the planet. Perhaps these users will eventually learn to behave in a more civil and productive manner. Perhaps they will find another forum more suited to their self-perceived expertise.
Your capo chart is no doubt a very useful reference. I once created a Circle-of-Fifths transposing tool on an Excel spreadsheet. Through the process of creating the transposing chart, I gained a much more thorough understanding of the structure and uses of the Circle of Fifths.
Congratulations for having the initiative and curiosity to create such a tool. It is this sort of 'spark' that drives a musician to discover more about how to make music. It is this sort of spark that drives the creative process.
I know this has been rather wordy, but I felt the need to express these thoughts in a well-reasoned and articulate manner. Again, welcome to chordie!
"That darn Pythagorean Comma thing keeps messing me up!"