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I am on iMac, Big Sur 11.6.1, Finale 27.1.0

First time I see this:

In PDF from score measure looks like this - which is correct:

In the Finale file which produced the PDF it looks like that:

So, I understand that for some reason Finale shows me the notes it actually plays back to make the trill. Never seen this in decades of Finale work. I didn't see these greyed out notes when I was working on the file - but after making a recording they were there. These notes also pop up now in the parts. They are not on a specific layer. I can copy/paste the measure to another file and the notes are still there. 

One thing I see is that these notes are on V2 and set to invisible. Getting rid of them is a pain..... At least so far they haven't re-appeared.

Possible explanation: This Finale file was made a few versions back. I used to put the small, bracketed trill notes on V2. But they had been deleted before recording.

 

 

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… Getting rid of them is a pain …

 

It is not clear what you mean by your words ‘rid of them’ ?

- getting rid of them in the print? (so that they do not print)

- getting rid of them in the playback? (so that you do not hear them in playback)

- getting rid of them in the view on the computer screen while viewing the Finale document?

View menu > Show > Hidden Notes and Rests

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Getting rid = deleting them. It's next to impossible to edit the measure like that. Plus, I didn't put these notes in. 

I know how to delete, hide, prevent from playing back. My question is how did they get in there in the first place?

 

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… My question is how did they get in there in the first place? …

 

In my (limited) experience the notes will not get there if you just use Human Playback.

 

On The Other Hand, the notes will get added if you

- set Human Playback to None,

and

- instead use

MIDI Tool.

MIDI Tool menu > Apply Human Playback…

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