Good point - thanks. I even bought Keyboard Maestro a while back and haven’t
managed to spend the time to get into it and program some of the macros I used
to use all the time in QuicKeys. This is a perfect situation for a macro
> On Sep 21, 2016, at 10:33 AM, j...@thomastudios.com wrote:
> This is another one of those really tedious workflows in Finale. I get
> around this by using a macro program called Keyboard Maestro. It basically
> solves the issue and only takes moment to program. I’ve even taken this
> approach when doing a specific editing routine for a client, even if it meant
> just for that session. It saves a bundle of time if you’re repeating this
> over and over and I just delete the macro when I’m done.
> Something to mull over, perhaps?
> J D Thomas
>> On Sep 21, 2016, at 10:29 AM, Doug Walter <dew...@earthlink.net> wrote:
>> I’ve always meant to ask this and it came up again . . .
>> When I add a text expression to reduced-size notes - cue notes, e.g. - if I
>> don’t want the text reduced by the same percentage as the note heads, I have
>> to Control-click the handle, select Edit Expression Assignment, then UNcheck
>> the box in the next dialog that says “Scale Expression with Attached Note.”
>> I’d just like to save all those keystrokes by making that (the unchecked
>> box) the default state and I’ve never found a way to do it.
>> I know I could make each expression so it has a fixed font size, but I don’t
>> want that either, because I may need to reduce the page or staff size and
>> then the expression is way too big.
>> Thanks for any insights.
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