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Thanks so much Mike,It's always exciting learning something new about the program - I've really not experimented enough and h... Object Plugins Re: (... 2018-07-14 02:40 pm
Hi Mike = this is exactly what I was wanting and when i saw your sample in NWC, I selected the entire chord plus acciaccatura... Object Plugins Re: (... 2018-07-13 10:15 pm
Wow! Thank you so much, Hmmueller for your help, and also to Mike Shawaluk for the plugin. It worked brilliantly and now I'm ... Object Plugins Re: (... 2018-07-13 01:10 pm
I'm very embarrassed to post this, but where exactly should I paste this plugin? I've neglected Noteworthy for a long time no... Object Plugins Re: (... 2018-07-13 10:44 am
Very helpful - thanks so much, Richard! Best wishes, Ann Tips & Tricks Re: Cross staff Beami... 2006-02-19 05:09 pm
This is great, Eric - very neat! Just one query - where are the "previous" and "next" buttons supposed to take you? Pressing ... General Discussion Re: New Forum - Nice ... 2006-01-28 12:46 pm
Force System Break is invaluable when you are concerned with the printed look of the piece. You can use it to distribute the ... General Discussion Re: About 'system' 2004-01-12 04:40 am
Also, to label each stave, (with the cursor on the stave you wish to label) Right Click and choose Staff Properties/General a... General Discussion Re: Questions about b... 2004-01-10 09:19 pm
Actually Cyril (replying to Reply 7), Duplets are frequently found in compound time - as much as triplets are found in simple... General Discussion Re: Sixlets & Ninelet... 2003-12-30 09:30 pm
"I don't think I've ever seen a "6-let" to indicate 6 notes to be played in the time of 4. It's more common to see a group of... General Discussion Re: Sixlets & Ninelet... 2003-12-30 05:18 am

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