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Old 10-07-2014, 01:27 PM
veneman veneman is offline
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Default Re: Text in block border

Dear Cherry.

Yes I mean text boxed, freely placed.
I use this frequently to indicate the changes in Keyboard registrations.
The A, B, C, D stands for Main variations of the accompaniment,
but also Break, Intro 1,2,3 Ending 1,2,3, MP1,2,3,4 (=multipad)
Sync Start are indicated.

I have a simple example added of a purchased music sheet.
But often my sheets are more complicated and Registration buttons
indicated instead. (R1, R2 etc)
I also use transparant markers to indicate manual action (Yellow)
and registration change (orange)

Using coloured text and boxes is my wish from longtime ago in one of the early releases. But using a marker does well for this boxes.
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Cheers, Jaap
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