since I am a programmer
Set up a User font for your bow markings. Set up another User font for fingerings.Find or create a null font (mappings with no glyphs)Use the null font when you don't want to see something.
You don't need three files, all this can be done in just one, using three staffs.
If you go to Tools > Options, you can change any of those colors to a different color of your choosing. So, set all of the bow markings as Highlight 1, and the fingerings as Highlight 2. If you want to see both of those markings, change both of those colors to black. To hide either one of them, change the corresponding color to white.
This does have one drawback, that white is opaque, and will cover up any staff lines that are behind them. There does not seem to be a way to choose "transparent" as a color.
Layers - don't use the layer with the markings you don't want...
Yeah, that was what I tried first, before originally posting. I have the bow markings all set to be centred over the next note, but for some reason they weren't anymore when I used layering, even though I kept the notes (set to invisible) on the other staves with that in mind.Tweaking each one until it's approximately centred over the next note again would take a ton of work. The layering approach would also mean that I'd still need 3 copies of the notes around, though I probably wouldn't need to update them as thoroughly when I make changes, given that they're invisible and just there for spacing.
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