Enter a normal rest. Optionally, set its Vertical Offset. Now imagine that you could set the Grace Note attribute and use Ctrl+Enter to make a RestChord. Now futher imagine that since Grace Notes have no real duration, NWC2 would let you use any duration for the Grace Note and use the duration of the rest as the duration of the object. Finally, imagine that RestChords can be beamed ...NWC2 would now support cues, cadenzas and (with a layer) descants.Nah, too easy. It would never work
To be sure of an impossibility is by itself a good thing.
How can I put the 1/8 notes in the bass in the middle of a string of grace notes like in the image attached?
It still needs a custom font
Nice trick to have the grace notes closer than the standard.But I have no need to mangle with that.
I infer that you just want to view and watch the note chase?
Please advise so I know how to address your other questions.
IMNSHO, the entire last page is in 6/8. I would not think it has "obvious errors".
The trick to editing long measures is add hidden barlines, even if it breaks beams. One can remove them and rebeam at the end of the edit process.
Another request: I recreated the two staves arpeggios using the layered staves to "join" the upper and lover arpeggio marks. Is it there an easier method?I have somewhere some score with the trick but I don't remember which are them and looking at all the scores...It's easier to exploit the memory (and the cleverness) of Rick... or Rich... or someone else. ;-)
The only system arpeggio I see is at the beginning of the 4th system of page 5.
I have some problems with your trick, as you can see in the attached image.
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