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Old 07-19-2016, 12:45 AM
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Default Re: SATB score writing

Hi Tim,

Originally Posted by flyingtadpole View Post
I do that when I absolutely have to...but it's then impossible to separate one voice from the other or turn it back into single voice.
Gack - that's a bug. The intent is to be able to select the note and then click the "Single voice" button to take it to single voice. However, I just tested that and see that a "Cannot add note...." error message comes up.

I will report that for fixing. Sorry for the inconvenience!


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