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Old 12-01-2018, 02:34 PM
veneman veneman is offline
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Default Re: Practice Colors (Note/Highlights)

Originally Posted by Sherry C View Post
Hi Xander,

Thanks for your suggestion, and for some excellent examples of how a color option could be used. We do indeed have it on the "wish list", and will add your "vote" for that

Dear Rheinhold & Sherry.

Playing arranger keyboard also includes changing Registrations
quite often. I have quite some with about 20x. This could be a mix of changes using Footpedal to change a registration but also manual changes such as activating PAD's. These changes are activated quite accurately at times.

I draw these as text boxes above the staff, with with arrow to the particular point at the staff. these text boxes have different fill-colours made by markers indicating Pedal (orange) or manual actions (yellow).
In this way I avoid to overlook changes.

I have attached an example notation.

Would be great to be able to put such marks by Notation Composer.

Cheers Jaap Veneman.
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Cheers, Jaap
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