Susanna,I'll try to answer:1. Please check in NWC: Help -> About -> Version ? (I'm using 2.5.5) and tell us which version you are using.2. To toggle a toolbar on or off: View -> Toolbars -> (I suggest that you select all five)3. I cannot duplicate your colour problem, do you have some staves layered? 4. What has had me hot under the collar, had been caused by Persistent Note Tools which you can reach by: Notes -> Persistent Note Tools -> (where I normally only select Notehead and switch off all the rest.
I've got it back to entering the notes the correct color, but I can't change the ones I already entered it red. I tried highlighting them and setting the color to default, but they didn't change.
In addition to changing Visbility->'Item Color' to Default, you also may need to set Notes->'Notehead Color' to Default
I have v. 1.2
Unlikely. Perhaps you meant 2.1Version 1.2 was replaced in 1996Notehead Color is explained in: (link)Item Color is explained in: (link)You may also want to look at: (link)
I can read the info you gave me, but can't access what it describes.
Must be a problem with your browser. I can follow the links in IE9 without logging in.
I can follow the links OK, but they didn't get me to the tool.
Another way to look at or change toolbars is to right click in an unused part of the toolbar area.Sometimes it's possible to make changes at the batch level using a text editor on nwctxt data, especially if your editor supports (and you know how to use) "regular expressions". For example:Code: (nwc) [Select · Download]!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.5,Single)|Note|Dur:4th|Pos:0|Note|Dur:4th|Pos:0!1|Note|Dur:4th|Pos:0!1|Note|Dur:4th|Pos:0!1!NoteWorthyComposerClip-End the first note is black (default) and the others are red. To change all them to default, just remove the "!0".To use an editor on a part of a NWC file:Save the file.Create a "good" object (i.e., note or rest) in front of those you need to change.Cut your model and the things you need to change to the clipboard.Start your editor (if necessary) and paste the clipboard into the workspace.Make your changes with that editor's "search and replace" function.Remove your model object if need be.Select everything in the editor and cut it back to the clipboard.Return to NWC (Alt/Tab). Doing it this way won't change the cursor position.Paste it back into NWC (CntlV).
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