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Old 02-13-2016, 05:53 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by ed209 View Post
If you set Grid to a triplet setting, and have Notes: Grid -
then you will get triplets in notation. However pauses are not added automatically if you'd manually enter a note.
Can you explain a bit more please?


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Originally Posted by Shippo View Post
In the attached, the notes in the top staff would usually be beamed in groups of three, and on the second staff would be a quarter note followed by an eighth note (4 times).
The beaming will follow the active rhythm (metronome) pattern, which is set alongside the tempo and time signature. For your 12/8 measure, if you set the rhythm pattern to ABBABBABBABB, the notes will be beamed in groups of three (or dotted quarters, etc); if you set it to ABBBABBBABBB they will be beamed in groups of four, etc. (Please note: I love this feature)


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Originally Posted by Shippo View Post
The dotted whole note on the second line up of the second staff is in fact a very low note from the first staff. This is a keystroke, and we wouldn't normally want to see these. Is there a way to hide notes of certain pitches (or a range)?
There is already a preference for setting the clef for a particular note (for example, to force middle C to notate on the bass clef when using treble+bass). We can extend this preference to allow you to set, in your example, your stray note to treble clef, which will hide it from the bass clef-only view.
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