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Is there a text font that closely resembles the numbers in Maestro nos. 48-57 in the Articulation Designer>Main>Symbol Selection? I am trying to use these numbers (or something like it) for first and second endings, but the periods are placed in the middle of the character rather than in the standard place.


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   Posted 12/29/2015 4:10 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
An articulation seems like the wrong tool, and that may be why it's centered. You might have better results with a text expression positioned relative to the barline.


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   Posted 12/29/2015 4:23 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Also, in Document Options > Fonts > Text > Ending Repeat, you should be able to set the size of the Maestro numbers there. You shouldn't have any problems with the period, I'd bet.

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   Posted 12/29/2015 5:05 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Sorry, i wasn't clear. I wasn't using an articulation, Motet, I was using N.s standard method. I was just trying to describe the specific characters I was using.

Anyway, here is what I get with the standard method. Apparently Maestro characters are oriented around their centers. I think I need another font.


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   Posted 12/29/2015 6:48 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Here is New Century Schoolbook.

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   Posted 12/29/2015 7:26 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Thanks N. It looks nice but is not close enough to the Maestro numbers, unfortunately. If I don't find one like Maestro, I may have to put stacc. articulation marks after the Maestro numbers. Good grief!


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   Posted 12/29/2015 7:33 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
John Ruggero,

If you are willing to try (= spend money on) a third party font, take a look at the font Piano Keybuild Regular.

Link:
/www.myfonts.com/fonts/typeminds/piano-keybuild-tm/piano-keybuild-tm/

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   Posted 12/29/2015 8:10 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Greetings John!

I too wanted a better font for the 1st and 2nd time ending numbers and eventually used Stencil at 18 point. Go to Document Options > Fonts > Text > Ending Repeat > Set Font. This may help! (I don't bother with the dot after the number, though. I can't see it's really essential!)

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   Posted 12/29/2015 8:23 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Dear Peter, they look good. But can I put a period after them that sits on the bottom line?

Dear Andreo, that is a very creative solution. I never would have thought of that font, which is indeed does look like a modern version of the Maestro numbers. But I need something that is very traditional, i.e. I just need the Maestro font to do what I want it to do, which is allow a dot on the line after it.


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   Posted 12/29/2015 9:19 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
John Ruggero said...
Dear Peter, they look good. But can I put a period after them that sits on the bottom line?…

To make things clear:
The dot alway sits on the baseline, also in Maestro.

The problem with the Maestro font is that the number glyphs do not sit on the baseline.
Instead they are “centered” around the baseline, going equally above and below.
This glyph positioning is not by mistake, but rather by design, since it makes the Maestro work well for time signatures in Finale (= the number gets centered around a staff-line.


Now for your question:
As Far As I Can Tell, there are only 67 glyphs in the font Piano Keybuild Regular, and the period character is not included (sorry!).

The period character should be placed in character slot #46, since that slot is the default character slot for a period character in text fonts.

What you can do:

1) Purchase the font (5 $), and ask Type Minds for a period character added to the font, in slot #46.

2) Purchase the font (5 $), and add the period character to the font yourself, using a font editor.


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   Posted 12/29/2015 9:26 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.

John,

When using the Maestro font, if you must have the period, which I would prefer as well, the only solution I can find is to bring up the "Edit Ending..." dialog and remove the text in the "Ending Number(s):" box for both the 1st and 2nd endings.  You also must turn off showing the period in Document Options - Repeats.  Then recreate the numbers and period using measure attached text blocks, where the font is Maestro and the size is 18.  This way, you can select only the period in the text, and apply a "Baseline Shift..." of -0.03125.  That will bring it down to look about right.  You may need to adjust the shift, as well as reposition the numbers and size to suit your taste.  It's a kludge, for sure, but it works.  

BTW:  I cannot explain why the period remains centered, even if you select a different font, such as TNR, just for it. 


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   Posted 12/29/2015 10:53 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Thank you all for your thoughts on this. I am going to create the 1. and 2. as Expressions adapting Charles Lawrence's idea. The baseline shift that seems to work is -.06 for 18 pt Maestro numbers with TNR regular periods.

Peter, as you said, the period sits right; it's the number hangs below. (It's what I meant by the Maestro numbers being oriented around their centers.) Since I want the numbers to match the meter numbers, I am going to just go with the Maestro, as nice as the others look and as tempting as it is to do a little font editing now that I am getting into that. (See Notat.io thread "My Clef".)


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   Posted 12/30/2015 1:07 AM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Whether you use measure attached Text Blocks or Expressions is a matter of personal choice, IMHO.  It's a kludge workaround either way.  The only possible advantage to expressions is you can create a category for these where you can use category positioning and score lists, but I could not come up with a good horizontal positioning selection.
 
I would change the Edit->Measurement Units to EVPUs so the Baseline Shift is more manageable.  I do think it best to have the number in Maestro 18 and the period in TNR 18.  If using text blocks the number's Baseline Shift looks good at +8 EVPUs, whereas, if using expressions it looks good at +17 EVPUs, both positive numbers, not negative.  I cannot explain why one would be different than the other in this regard!


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   Posted 12/30/2015 8:26 AM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Thanks, Charles, EPUs are easier to remember and 17 does seem to be the magic number.

First and endings do seem to be a mess, if one wants them to look standard. Along with inserting the numbers as expressions or TBs, one must to deal with or get rid of the Back Ending Brackets that Finale insists on making and adjusting the the hooks vertically and horizontally for every bracket. Something so simple has been made a nightmare.


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   Posted 12/30/2015 1:38 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
For me, if I had to use Maestro, I would enter the numbers without the period, and then create a Repeat Text for the period. That way, it always moves with the number if the bars respace. If you need to manually move the number, select the handle for the repeat text dot as well so they move together. A usable workaround.

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   Posted 12/30/2015 2:53 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Yes Zuill, that is perhaps the easiest workaround so far proposed.  Nice tip.


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   Posted 12/31/2015 12:04 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Zuill said:

"I would enter the numbers without the period, and then create a Repeat Text for the period…"

That is another very clever way to do it, but I am not clear as to why it would be easier or better than simply entering a pre-existing Expression, which also moves with respacing.

And when I actually tried it, the period gets further or closer to the Maestro number depending on the width of the measure to the point that it must be readjusted every time the layout changes.


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   Posted 12/31/2015 12:11 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
John Ruggero said...
...the period gets further or closer to the Maestro number depending on the width of the measure...
A subtlety I suspect Zuill did not notice.  The expression workaround is probably the best, but maybe not the easiest to setup.  Did you try to use a category for automatic positioning?


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Then I guess I should withdraw my suggestion. I don't mind things moving as my final go-round is used for adjusting these things. But a workaround should be as user friendly as possible, I guess.

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When setting this up, instead of typing a period, try typing"k"; it's another way to produce a dot in Maestro, and the placement might be better for you.


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That's even higher up than the other dot.

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Charles, Thank you for your excellent suggestion. I now have the 1. and 2. in their own category set to vertical and horizontal click position, i.e. I'm eye-balling it. This seems to be the only good setting unless someone has a trick up their sleeves. And is it possible to set the hook length on the brackets? I saw nothing in the Document Options. That would be the biggest time-saver of all.

Paul, if you mean setting up the 1. and 2. in theText Expression Designer, the k seems to be worse. It appears to place the period even higher than typing a period.

Zuill, thank you for your suggestion which called attention to a capability that I had never explored and could come in handy for another application.


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John Ruggero said...
…is it possible to set the hook length on the brackets? I saw nothing in the Document Options…

It is a little hidden:
Document Options > Repeats
Click the button “Repeat Endings…”.



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Thanks so much, Peter. That made my day.


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"Length of front hook" controls both hooks your normally see. "Back hook" would add one to a final ending, or in the middle of a two-bar ending, so I don't know what you would ever set that to anything but 0.


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