Finale 26 | Win 10
Michel Havenith commented, February 16, 2020 22:12
Mike & Peter,
Just wanted to let you know that with the last change Mike suggested, it works AND the measure can be copied. Thank a lot for your help!
Were do I mention this item is 'solved'?
Michel Havenith commented, February 16, 2020 17:40
Thanks for your reply. I followed the steps you described exactly (I had to uncheck the 'check for extra notes' option). The first sextuplet looks ok. When I try to replicate the line "Tap...
Michel Havenith commented, February 16, 2020 13:42
Thanks for your reply. Still confused... I tried again (example still in 2/4). Procedure: enter a quarter | with 'Simple Entry Tuplet Definition' make 6 16th(s) in the space of 1 quarter | r...
Michel Havenith commented, February 16, 2020 12:10
The original measures were in 2/4. I didn't change time signature at any time but I experienced that inorder to create this sextuplet notation:
I had to do the following: enter a dotted qua...
Michel Havenith commented, February 15, 2020 18:31
Thanks for your reply. You are right about selecting in Stack Selection with respect to the first example (message above), this measure copies correctly now. I had to select the measure I wa...
Michel Havenith commented, February 13, 2020 15:34
I repeated the procedure and made a Stack Selection (in Scroll View) of a single staff (in my case Staff Set 1). I already selected one measure and after creating the single staff stack selection I...
Michel Havenith commented, February 12, 2020 22:24
@George M.: I was able to assign a staff set. In scroll view only the selected staffs were visible. However, copying the intended measure(s) lead to the result as shown in the images above.
Michel Havenith commented, February 12, 2020 16:29
Thanks for your reply Mike. The octave shift or transposition is not the problem here (they are indeed different transposing instruments), but the fact that the dotted quarter from the original is ...
Michel Havenith commented, February 12, 2020 15:51
I found out that you have to click the highlighted 'Staff 1', 2, etc. again to unselect it.
I'm still having trouble trying to copy sextuplets (is that the correct English term?) to another staff o...
Michel Havenith commented, February 05, 2020 09:34
Thanks Peter, your explanation is clear and I'm able to reproduce it!
One thing, though: Because of trying to reproduce this procedure, 3 Staff sets are now highlighted in my 'View - Select Staff S...