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 Scanners that scan PDF into Finale
There is a program called "Capella Scan", it does just what you want! It has a phantastic recognition rate - as long as you have fonts like maestro or so in your pdf. When using Jazz Font, Broadway...
Finale - Windows - FORUM HAS MOVED!Jocko_23
12/11/2016 3:24 PM
 Where to find document styles or libraries with better looking chords
Have you tried the "Finale Copyist" Library for chord suffixes? It is not too much "handwritten" :-) If you use it, you should also to change the font for chord symbols in the document options to...
Finale - Windows - FORUM HAS MOVED!Jocko_23
11/16/2016 7:56 AM
 First bug (or at least inconvenience) in Finale 25
Okay, so now I have learned that the comma-dot issue is language-related and has nothing to do with metric vs. imperial. Still, there is a problem with the comma on the numeric block, see also...
Finale - Macintosh - FORUM HAS MOVED!Jocko_23
8/19/2016 6:42 AM
 First bug (or at least inconvenience) in Finale 25
Michel, the logic is: Whatever system you use, the dot or comma should be beneath the 0. And, for a big part of the world, you are simply wrong - fractions of a unit are separated by a comma! (Guess...
Finale - Macintosh - FORUM HAS MOVED!Jocko_23
8/17/2016 1:31 PM

 
First bug (or at least inconvenience) in Finale 25
Hi, just installed the demo version and found something that does not work as it did in 2014.5 and before: Preface: In countries where the metric system is used, we write "1,25cm" and not "1.25cm"....

Finale - Macintosh - FORUM HAS MOVED!

Jocko_23
8/17/2016 1:23 PM