Mac OS - Finale 25
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I would also like to see this dialog updated...Some thoughts:1. Could the default action item be user defined in a preference pane? - rarely would I default to "Leave the measure alone" - an...
Great Ideas - both Michel and John...I would also appreciate a quick and easy way to update the "Page Format for Parts" settings via the PAGE LAYOUT tool menu. It already exists for edits done to t...
Sorry for the confusion - Finale Mac all the way on my end...From within Finale:1. Highlight the GRAPHICS tool2. Mouse up to the menu bar - GRAPHICS > EXPORT...The screenshot below shows the dialo...
Great post Mr. Patterson - I couldn't agree more...You can "Save as PDF" multiple parts (similar to printing) by clicking on the PDF button in the lower left corner of the print dialog box. Make yo...
Well.... bummer! I've been using that "PDF" button in the lower left of the print dialog box for years - never an issue.If your score pages are formatted 11x17 in your Finale file - you should be a...
To answer your original question... which, if I read correctly... has nothing to do with color... 1. Go to File > Page Setup2. Click on the "Format For:" popup3. Scroll to the top of the list of ch...
Hi - Ted's post is the easiest way I know of also - using an expression to change the midi channel and patch. If the layer trick isn't what you are looking for, this is fairly easy in a single line...
HI - I can also confirm that in Finale 25.4 - the double click does not work in Mac OS X.
Hi Girard,FYI - this is already possible on a Mac... I tried it again tonight to be sure and was able to create 21 individual PDF parts in Finale 25, Mac OS X from a full score.1. Select print (as ...
Hello Torrin,I'm thinking "2-up printing" will not give you the results you are asking for. "2-up printing" will rotate your music, reduce your part to fit on the left half of a letter sized sheet ...