system break only works on the top staffs
Here's one way.
Where does the weird bar numbering (346) for the Cadenza come from?
now my Question: HOW does one, in NWC 2.5, get multiple occurrences of the same bar number?
Is this different to your experience ?
It occurs to me that there is another way !Have a top staff which is purely a controlling staff consisting of whole note rests. At the very start, place a collapse. You can then place as many system breaks as you need, where you need. The staff will never be printed since there is the collapse staff at the beginning.When wanting to print out the solo instrument part, just select the instrument and then the MMR bars will be shown in their entirety (in this case 18) rather than being split into 2 mmrs.
So, obviously, NWC thinks it has placed the cursor at the end of the staff when it is sitting there near the beginning of the MMR.)
That's a flaw.
Rick, when you're trying to get beyond the MMR to force a system break
!NoteWorthyComposer(2.5)|AddStaff|StaffProperties|EndingBar:Open (hidden)|RestMultiBar|NumBars:4|PrintOnce:Y|WhenHidden:ShowBars,ShowRests|Bar|Style:SectionClose|AddStaff|StaffProperties|EndingBar:Open (hidden)|Bar|Style:SectionClose!NoteWorthyComposer-End
if  you want to work at the end, you have to press <End> and then the left-arrow. You're probably used to that and don't even think about it by now.
...and, of course, with the problem we're talking about here, when you press the left-arrow to drop back before the section close and insert something, you end up jumping back to the beginning of the MMR anyway....hmmmm....
These problems could probably be avoided by keeping a regular barline at the end, instead of a section close, and only changing it to a section close when the staff is complete. Perhaps this is the way you actually work.
Thanks for posting this, Rick. It's good to know that someone else's system shows the same problem mine does (but Rich's doesn't). I'm not crazy. (My computer isn't crazy, either. ;-)
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