John at Steinberg wrote:SteveParker
Can you give me any more details on what you feel is not intuitive / odd? I'm interested to know.
nicholasG wrote:What I transcribed had to be an exact copy. If I just entered the 16th note at end, the rests would be different than the original. Another example of having to break established engraving rules.
pascalPPPP wrote:I want enter notes. My way of working is to use the mouse as I used pencil and eraser on music paper. I select quarter note. I enter the first note. OK it works. Now I want to enter the second quarter note. I clic the mouse and Dorico changed my first quarter note to an eighth note. What is this mess. I dont want Dorico change what I entered because I dont clic at the right position on the stave.
nicholasG wrote:Yes, I tried the override (clamp) but it seems to work with notes, not rests.
Daniel at Steinberg wrote:nicholasG wrote:Yes, I tried the override (clamp) but it seems to work with notes, not rests.
Force Durations does work with rests, too, but you have to type a note name, e.g. A to G, when rest mode is active (shortcut ,) in order to input an explicit rest. We deliberately make inputting actual rests difficult because we don't think you should need to do it!
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