Hi, As I mentioned in my previous article we are on a row to improve many details inside the editor that will definitely make you life even easier to compose great piece of music :...
You have been a lot asking for a copy-paste functionnality. This one is finally alive! :) You may have seen it across one of our smart tooltips.
First, choose the select mode by clicking on the arrow in the bellow lower left corner:
Then, click on continuous measures on the same part then press ctrl/cmd-c or the copy icon.
You can now select where you want to paste by puting your cursor in the score, then press ctrl/cmd-v. All the music data elements you copied will be copied from your cursor position.
Warning: for now you can only copy data within the same part. We'll increase the possibilites over the next weeks.
Have a great day,
Photo credits: CC-BY-SA Becky Stern
by Pierre Rannou
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