I just made two major changes and I'm sorry already. (1) I upgraded from Finale 2007 to 2010 and (2) I changed from a PC to a Mac.
When using the PC, I liked to correct my harmony using "speedy entry" by making sure I was in the overwrite mode, playing a chord on my synthesizer, and hitting the "return" button and then the 'right arrow.' That way, I could correct the notes without changing the rhythm.
On the MAC, this is more difficult because I have to somehow hit "enter" (not "return") and then the right arrow. This is very cumbersome on the MacBook Pro, so I bought an external keyboard where I don't have to hit the "Fn" key in order to hit an "enter".
But its still a pain.
So I would like a finalescript program which does the following:
1. listens for a chord from the synthesizer.
2. does an "enter" and a "right arrow"
3. goes back step 1 until I tell it to stop.
I never used finalescript in version 2007 because there was a great tg plug-in called "menu shortcuts" which was very easy to use. Frankly, every version since 2004 has, in my opinion, gotten worse from the standpoint of user friendliness. Personally, I think the staff enjoys torturing us. I don't want to be a programmer. I want to be a composer!!!!!!!