The cursor behaviour is simply wrong and should be fixed so other users won't encounter it.
Maybe this tool can ease your life, David.It copies the active staff .
Is there a way of adapting this so that a staff can be copied into another file whilst retaining all its attributes and lyrics?
No, there isn't. A user tool can't process two files at a time.So the only way is to do it manually.
You then have to select all (CTRL+A) and copy it in your clipboard(CTRL+C).
My problem was transferring the vocal lines from a piano score into an orchestral score, having modified them in the former.
Sorry for the stupid question but... there isn't a way to put things in the clipboard programmatically?
rg_lyricCopy.vbs is the tool for this. You can copy lyrics from one song and paste them into another.
For text, there is a way in VBScript. See rg_lyricCopy.vbs for an example. It will also paste text from the Clipboard.
Oh, yes, there is the relevant Windows API call, I know.What I mean is: doesn't it exists in Lua too?
Good luck tring to use the Windows API in a script.My code uses the "htmlfile" COM object to get text from the Clipboard.To put text into the Clipboard, it writes and runs a hypertext application.This latter step raised security flags when it tied to do in PHP.I don't know how to do any of this in Lua.
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