C-2. Moving sets of layered staffs up and down together
C-7. Factory templates with useful Staffsig plugins
C-8. Better MIDI import
C-9. Score scanning
G-2. Beams between staffs
G-4. Placing arbitrary images into a score.
P-2. ... and an option to treat double bars like single bars for flow control.
C-1. I would expect that with such a multi-staff selection, one could at least delete it copy it and paste it somewhere else (with accepted shaky semantics if boundaries at source or target location do not line up exactly) change properties (as with current single-staff selections)
I think it is sufficient to have only multi-staff selection over contiguous staffs - especially if the following feature C-2 is also supported.
C-3. "Overwrite mode" - this is customary in many other score editors: The score is implicitly or explicitly filled with (probably invisible) rests; writing of a note replaces the rest (or, most of the time, part of it) with the note. The main reason for this feature is that notes present later in the staff are not shifted - this is extremely helpful for some use-cases like actually composing pieces. It also mimics the way one writes on paper.
C-6. Staffsig-copying Ctrl-A: ..."New staff" (Ctrl-A) should create a new staff immediately below the active staff
C-6. Staffsig-copying Ctrl-A: ..."New staff" (Ctrl-A) should ... copy over all the leading Staffsig items (clef, key, and Staffsig plugins) to the new staff (this could be controlled by an option "old-style Ctrl-A" or, like 2. above, by a sticky "Edit" checkbox).
C-9. Score scanning - "everyone has it" >> Also here, a separate program is sufficient.
G-1. Reduced-size staffs.
... numbered simile marks as used in brass band voices
I would like to have small bar numbers printed on every bar line in the top staff rather than just at the beginning of each system.
I suppose you know that BarCounter.nw.nwcuser.lua does this too, do you?
...CueHeads.ms was mentioned as part of a number of the original post's requests;... I still consider CueHeads as a workaround to having true cue-sized noteheads (which NWC already knows how to render for grace notes.)
C-1. Multi-staff selection
C-2. Moving sets of layered staffs up and down together.
C-3. "Overwrite mode"
C-4. Extend all staffs (or all visible staffs) with invisible whole rests to the cursor position on some other staff.
C-5. Staff splitting and combining
C-6. Staffsig-copying Ctrl-A
C-7. Factory templates with useful Staffsig plugins:
C-9. Score scanning
G-2. Beams between staffs for keyed instruments are not too rarely used. Not having them is, unfortunately, a "missing feature".
G-5. Correct sizing of accidentals and performance marks for cue notes (this probably would mean to have cue heads as a built-in feature).
Scanning through "Behind Bars" will probably unearth a few more features that are expected of a modern score editor (like the small rectangle notation of multi-rests...
... or numbered simile marks as used in brass band voices).
P-1. An option to indicate that accidentals are not significant on other octaves ...P-2. ... and an option to treat double bars like single bars for flow control.
P-3. A builtin option when grace notes start to sound (before the beat or on the beat).
P-4. Explicit control about how the playing duration of notes is computed.
P-5. An "artificial player" ...
P-3. A builtin option when grace notes start to sound (before the beat or on the beat).Some of you have provided solutions for this - can you give me some URLs that I could add here? Thanks!
The Acciaccatura.ms object ...
[Beams] are easy enough to kludge that they're pretty far down my list of things that need improving. Assume four beamed 16ths, the first two on the lower staff and the second two on the upper. Then: ...
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