OK, I found it in Lawrie's fonts, but I don't know how to appropriate it.
Install the font as you would install any font. Then in Noteworthy, go to Page Setup / Fonts. Highlight the User1 font and click Modify.Select the MusikDingsSans font from the drop down list (You may not be able read the title since it used characters from the font - but it will be in the list alphabetically). Change the font size to something like 14. Click OK, and click it again.Font User 1 has now been set up as MusikDingsSans.Now when you insert text into your music, if you change the display font to User1 and use the char map to select the character you want, one of those characters will be the turn (either R or S - I can't remember which)
my staff metrics is set to 26
Not specifically, but there are some line and bracket drawing characters that might help...
18 is too small for my old eyes!
I think 18 is about the standard size for a score.Are you talking about the printed score or the screen appearance?That's quite different. In the latter case you can zoom at wish without any impact on the printed score.
In Noteworthy, there is not a way of inserting a symbol for a turn and expecting it to happen and so you have to write out the turn on a hidden staff. You can display the turn symbol by using one of Lawrie Pardy's fonts eg MusikDingsSans, where the characters "r" and "s" represent turns and inverted turns.
The attached is an example of a turn using the Boxmark font
NoteWorthy added the symbol for a turn to NWC2STDA years ago.
Yuk! I overlooked it.But there is not the reverse turn symbol.I'll stay with the Lawrie fonts. Thank you, Lawrie! :-)
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