This is great. One useful additions would be the option to cut rather than copy. Moving sections around is quite common (for me).
One glitch that happened twice (I redid it to check and see) was that one stave had one extra measure cut out of it. I'm not sure why this would be. Any insights?
Doesn't that cry for a synthesis?CopyPasteMeasures.og would need another option of 'Just Copy' which should finally provide the address of the copied stuff. Then, the 'Paste' part of that tool would have to be separated into a stand-alone tool, to be operated from the destination file and receiving the 'clipboard' address. It would, however, have to ask for the starting point in terms of first staff to be pasted to, and start measure (but why not, just the cursor position?).
Wow, Opagust: You appear already deeply immersed in my issue!
Since there seems to be no mechanism in NWC to set an arbitrary new measure number within a song,
Just as a note: I'm quite opposed to using measure numbers in a tool. Measure numbers are for musicians in the final product; but while editing, they are ill-defined, especially over multiple staves. Better, in my experience, are simple text markers put into the staves - they remain stable even when things are added or removed before them; and can easily by copied and removed by small helper tools.H.M.
3. ... Maybe I should check more then the name alone and provide more elaborate information when there's a mismatch. The properties shown in the score review panel might be an inspiration?.
Congratulations, Opagust: You've made it!I have just completed the first medley out of 5 songs. The look of it appears really OK after a few manual modifications.Sound check will follow tomorrow, and then, of course, a couple of comments.Hope I can find sleep now, excited as I am...Horst
I'm popping to say that I look forward to trying out this tool, and to ask if you could let me know when you've finished the tweaks (posting in this thread should be enough). I was using your other cut/paste tool recently and thinking again about how thankful I was for the time savings! Best wishes with your surgery recovery.
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