Re: [Finale] Fin26 Observations

2018-10-11 Thread David H. Bailey
On 10/11/2018 6:37 PM, Steve Parker wrote: Can you stack articulations as Ligeti does? [snip] I'm not familiar with Ligeti's stacked articulations. If you want to send me a scan of an example of his stacked articulations I'll see whether I can get Fin26 to stack them similarly. -- *

Re: [Finale] Fin26 Observations

2018-10-11 Thread David H. Bailey
On 10/11/2018 6:14 PM, Robert Patterson wrote: David Bailey said: "it stacks the articulations as it feels they ought to be." Actually, it stacks the articulations based on their order in the Articulation Selection dialog box. If you want them to stack in a different order, you can change

Re: [Finale] Fin26 Observations

2018-10-11 Thread Steve Parker
Can you stack articulations as Ligeti does? > On 11 Oct 2018, at 23:14, Robert Patterson > wrote: > > David Bailey said: "it stacks the articulations as it feels they ought to > be." > > Actually, it stacks the articulations based on their order in the > Articulation Selection dialog box. If

Re: [Finale] Fin26 Observations

2018-10-11 Thread Robert Patterson
David Bailey said: "it stacks the articulations as it feels they ought to be." Actually, it stacks the articulations based on their order in the Articulation Selection dialog box. If you want them to stack in a different order, you can change their order in the list and they will automatically

[Finale] Fin26 Observations

2018-10-11 Thread David H. Bailey
Fin25 / Fin26, you say potatoes, I say potahtoes. Not much difference that I can see. I just tried a quick experiment to see how wonderful the new automatic placement feature for slurs and other articulations works, and I have to say that it does what it claims to, although hardly the big