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Date Joined Dec 1998
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| Posted 7/4/2016 10:13 AM (GMT -6) |
|If I create a piece in Finale (2014.5) and manually reposition a barline, Finale moves it back to where *it* thinks it should be when printing (and leaves it there after the print has finished - effectively "undoing" my manual positioning). It does this every time - no matter many times I try, or how far I move it. Thinking it might be a Preferences setting, I unchecked "Automatic Update Layout" and "Automatic Music Spacing", but this made no difference. I also changed "Music Spacing/Manual Positioning" to "Incorporate", but this didn't help either.|
It looks wrong (IMO) to have 2 multimeasure rest regions next to each other, both with the same width (Finale's choice) despite one being 16 bars and the other only 3. I would like these to appear proportionally spaced - have I missed a setting somewhere, or is this a bug?
Desktop PC: Windows XP SP3, 4GB [3GB], Finale 2012c, Finale 2014c, Cubase SX3; iMac: 32GB, Finale 2014c, Logic Pro X; Laptop: Windows 8.1, 8GB, Finale 2014c
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Date Joined Dec 2009
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| Posted 7/4/2016 11:00 AM (GMT -6) |
Also, check out JW's Space Empty Rests plug-in. You can size empty rests proportionally. It can also do what Zuill suggests automatically.
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