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The Edit Filter shortcut of Shift+Alt+Ctrl+F no longer works for me in Fin 26 on Windows 10. This is pretty annoying as I use it all the time. Can anyone else confirm that this is broken?

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Yes, this is broken for me, as well. Like you, this functionality is a pretty integral part of my work flow. 

Anybody have any workarounds? Is this in the pipeline to be fixed at some point?

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Hi Frank and Todd, 

 

There is some new information on this topic. It appears that this issue is affecting users that have installed the Windows 10 1903 update released back in May. There is something different about how this is update is handling this particular key command combination. It also appears that this is not just happening with Finale too, but we will look into what can be done about the issue from our end.

 

Currently the best work around is to use the TGTools Modify Shortcuts Plug-In to invoke the Edit Filter menu. Although the command is not working directly through Finale's commands, it is working with the plug-in. 

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Hi.  I noticed this problem a month or so ago.  (Among many other new little bugs, I'm sorry to say.)

It's a few more keystrokes, but you can click on the Edit menu and one of the entries is "Edit Filter".  Clicking on that brings up the filter.

Hope this helps.

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