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| Posted 11/6/2016 1:48 PM (GMT -5) |
N. Grossingink said...
John, have you ever seen the following thread? See Vaughan's response about midway down:
I did read Vaughan's entry previously, but for some reason it doesn't seem work for me with the palettes I mentioned, only for the Main Tool Palette.
I list my steps here so that someone might see what I am doing wrong:
1. I open Finale 2014d and open a default document
2. I stretch out the entire Special Tools Palette horizontally one icon deep.
3. I interchange the Note Position Tool at the left end with the Beam Stem Adjust Tool at the right end.
4. Then View>Tool Sets>and select Program Tool Set 1 with the option key depressed.
5. I check View>Tool Sets and Tool Set 1 is checked.
6. I select the left most icon on the Special Tools Palette, which is now the Beam Stem Adjust Tool, so it turns blue
7. I move the right side of the palette toward the left end, in effect, collapsing it.
8. The moment I begin to collapse the palette the Note Position Tool and the Beam Adjust Tool swap positions and the palette is back to the default position and I am back to square one.
Thanks for your response, Vaughan, if it indeed works in Finale 25, I may upgrade. But it is more convenient now if I can get it to work in Finale 2014d.
Mac mini (OS 10.8.5) with dual monitors, Finale 2014d (Finale 2011 as a backup) with GPO 4
Kurzweil Mark 5 with M-Audio Midisport 2 x 2, Adobe InDesign CS4 SmartScore X Pro, JW Plug-ins
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