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Posted By : UCG Musician - 11/6/2015 8:15 PM
Does anyone know if there's a way to do this?

Posted By : Graeme Gilmore - 11/6/2015 10:30 PM
I"m not aware of any way to do this from within Finale. The closest way I can think of would be to take a screen shot and edit it so only the pallet portion of the image is visible.

If you want to print the list of programs, you can try printing them from the Finalescript folder with Windows Explorer (if you have Windows). There are free programs that can print the contents of a folder. I don't know about Apple options. That's not very satisfactory since the list only has the file names which are often somewhat different from the script names in the Finalescript pallet.

Perhaps someone else will be able to suggest a better solution.


Finale 2014d v/5030, Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium, GPO, TGTools, Patterson Plug-Ins, JW Plug-Ins

Posted By : UCG Musician - 11/7/2015 1:04 PM
Thanks Graeme,

I had to take snippets of all my scripts in the palette (I spelled it wrong before!) and it required 17 JPEG files. I doubt that my issue would affect anyone else. I upgraded my OS to WIN 10 and have had trouble editing scripts in the Components directory. Since I'm still involved in a massive and lengthy project that uses a large number of scripts I am still using Finale 2010 because I have not been willing to rewrite them in the new format that started with Finale 2011. Occasionally I want to do a lot of rearranging of the scripts in a folder and find it easier to do in a text editor than in Finale itself because of how long it takes there. I've got a workaround in place now, thanks to your suggestion, as it enabled me to see where the discrepancies are between what displays in the Finalescript palette and the text files in the corresponding components folder.

Randy Schmidt