Under Document Option, in Music Spacing, choose for Manual Positioning>Clear.
Then in the measure with the Selection Tool, hit 4 to respace. All note heads
should align correctly. If you WANT to keep your manual spacing, choose
“Ignore” instead, then in Speedy Entry manually drag the note to where you want
it. The actual spacing may vary a bit once the frame closes, so it might take a
couple of tries.
> On Sep 21, 2016, at 6:41 PM, Linda Worsley <li...@ganymuse.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 2:07 PM, j...@thomastudios.com
> <j...@thomastudios.com> wrote:
>> Measure tool. Once selected, two small handles will appear at the top of
>> the barline, topmost visible system. Click on the lower handle and you can
>> selectively move notes horizontally. Just be careful with multi-staved
>> Is this what you’re asking about?
> Not exactly. I am using two layers. There is a half note in the top
> layer, and two quarters in layer 2. The quarter note under the half
> note is "offset" and if I use the method you describe it does, in fact
> , move notes horizontally... but it moves them still offset.
> Just FYI. Interesting discovery, though. I original had both soprano
> line and alto line on layer one, with common stems. When I removed
> the alto notes and added them back in with a a quarter note MOVING
> part, the original layer one kept a "ghost" note, so that the new
> layer 2 note was offset... offset from the "ghost" note. To fix it, I
> had to delete the entries for the whole measure and re-enter the two
> layers, to get rid of the offset.
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