... to insert a BellsUsed.ms object ...
One idea is a separate staff that vanishes after the first line; and all the other staves emerge only on the second line (i.e., after a system break on the first staff) - see attachment BellChart-A.A somewhat simpler solution is to use the top staff as the chart staff in the first line; however, it seems that one has, then, to live with a staff label on the chart line if one needs labels ... see BellChart-B.Suitable gaps center the chart on the first line. Its notes are muted and, additionally, skipped via 1./2. endings. Bar counting is done with a BarCounter.nw object that starts counting after the chart.Maybe something better can be developed from these ideas ...H.M.
... It is a bit convoluted on the screen, isn't it? ... maybe Mike will ... clean up the process using his technical wizardry...
If the Bells Used staff is meant to occupy the entire first system, wouldn't it be easy to do with a forced system break, etc.etc.etc.
This is a separate question as well but suspect it might have the same type of answer. I'd like to provide an alternate ending on a piece. Separated by space. I haven't attempted it yet but am thinking about it.
Maybe printing them as TIFFs (which can contain multiple pages) and then using some tool that "overlays" the graphics ("white is transparent") might help - of course after putting in enough white space so that NWC puts the pieces at the right places on the pages ... has anyone tried that (and knows about tools for this)?
... With IrfanView, you can crop it and combine it with other images ...
NWC lets you save a page as an EMF. With IrfanView, you can crop it and combine it with other images with IrfanView's 'Create Panoramic Image ...' IrfanView also lets you paste a clipboard image into a rectangular selection of its main image. I use this a lot for manipulating scanned music to manage page turns.
Perhaps IrfanView also allows such edits.
How do I save from NWC into that format?
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