Yes, I would agree too. TGTools and other plugins make Finale perfectly fine for doing music.
And it doesn’t require some stupid dongle to run on multiple computer. > On Jan 31, 2019, at 1:37 PM, Robert Patterson <rob...@robertgpatterson.com> > wrote: > > It seems as though the point of my plugin post is being lost. The point was > that with 3rd-party plugins you can design a work flow in Finale that is > highly efficient. That Dorico can achieve comparable efficiency out of the > box is to its credit, but my point is that it is quite possible to achieve > a similar level of efficiency with Finale. Doing so requires thought, > planning and, above all, 3rd-party plugins. > > What you absolutely *can't* do in Finale is multi-turn slurs like Dorico > apparently has. And that is one (among many) failures of Coda > Music/MakeMusic to show leadership. They could have implemented multi-turn > slurs 15 years ago and been an industry first mover. I know because I > suggested it then and at regular intervals since. This is but one example. > > Nevertheless I would also dispute that the current dev staff at Makemusic > lacks commitment or talent. On the contrary, my dealings with them reveal a > talented staff that knows the code base and is committed to improving it. > If there are leadership problems at Makemusic, they are higher up than the > developer staff I deal with. _______________________________________________ Finale mailing list Finale@shsu.edu https://lists.shsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/finale To unsubscribe from finale send a message to: finale-unsubscr...@shsu.edu