Working With Symbols
With the exception of the musical notation (notes, rests, accidentals and articulation marks related to a note) the other musical signs can be edited always on the same way.
These signs we call symbols. Almost all symbols can be moved, by held the left mouse button depressed over the symbol and move it in an arbitrary direction.
Symbols are highlighted by single click on it and by double-click on it the symbol properties box appears, ready for editing..
Only local symbols (see below) are co-mentioned also indirectly about block markings (e.g. when deleting and copying phrases). Highlighted symbols can be deleted with the delete key.
Highlighted symbols can be cut out, copied and inserted in another place (see Copy and Paste). In addition, highlighted symbols can be edited, in which a choice dialog is opened over pressing the right mouse button (alternative: Double-clicks on the symbol).
Symbols will always carry out the entry sedately at the same time, no matter whether in the score or the individual part. The symbols then can be moved independently of each other .The program distinguishes between global and local symbols. A global symbol seems, such as a repetition sign or a Tempo marking in the score and in all individual parts. A local symbol is assigned to a voice only, such as a dynamics sign or a slur.
Texts are also treated like symbols. You can decide yourself whether you want to insert a global or local text. One can assign MIDI events (midi controller) to some expression marks, also.