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Old 10-16-2015, 08:28 PM
rrayner rrayner is offline
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Default Re: A new text tool

David -- what an excellent idea! And I'm so happy to hear it is under consideration for 4.0. I agree that the Text section would be a logical place for it. Perhaps the icon could be a conductor's baton?

This would have give men a place to put song titles within a medley, such as my Broadway 1960s Medley:

If I were printing the parts for it, I would like to be able to show each member of the band what song starts where without using the Rehearsal Marks (of course, it's fairly obvious when you start playing it).

I tried using Rehearsal Marks for that purpose, and as you pointed out, that streeetttcccchhhees out the measure immeasurably (pun intended ).


P. S. I meant to mention that my father-in-law is from western PA and he says You'uns.
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