A less effective way, if you don't have any plugins to rely on, is that to set
one hairpin where you would like it to be, select all other hairpins you'd like
to change and then, while hovering over the first set hairpin's handle, select
'Align Horizontally' from the contextual menu. This should align all the other
selected hairpins to the hovered one.
>I get this all the time from one of my more anal retentive clients! So
>I just create the first one, get it the way I want it to look, and then
>copy to all other staves using Robert's Mass Mover from Patterson
>plugins. It works great and fast.
>If you don't own this plugin set, you should.
>J D Thomas
>> On Oct 18, 2016, at 7:52 AM, Martin Nickless <mnnickl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello there
>> Hope this doesn't seem like a real easy question
>> But if you have many hairpins say in all trumpets and trombones in a
>big band score !
>> Which is the best way to get them to look nice and neat and
>> All aligned the same way
>> I tried TG tools but convinced I'm not doing it right
>> As the crescendos do not all look the same
>> If someone would be so kind to run a dummies guide for me
>> Very best
>> PS am I right in saying there isn't a metatools for this operation
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