Would it be a good idea to: double click on a bar number in the Timeline and all instruments in the score are playing starting at the chosen bar.
Guys, I can see the need for the timeline (and it is very useful for LARGE scores), but, seriously, we don't need it most of the time. please add a checkbox in the "Preferences" that disables the Timeline until called for. Seriously, this should take at the most 10 minutes to program, trust me, I know.
press (e.g.) 's' and double click on a particular instrument in the Timeline. For example: you want to listen to Violin 1 on bar 23. First hold down 's' (for solo) and then double click on Violin 1 in the Timeline at bar 23. It will start blinking (e.g. yellow) to show you are in solo mode for that track. Than press spacebar to start in solo mode. To quit the solo mode click somewhere with your mouse on a black part ...more »
It would be great if one could add jumpmarkers in the timeline.
This could be very helpful when working on a specific region of a score.
Assigning those to customized shortcuts would be a great step to navigate in the score without using the mouse.
I myself am always bothered when I have to use the mouse while working, - one hand on the keyboard and the other on the piano.
In the Timeline view you can see the Instrument names, Time signatures, key signatures, etc but none of this is editable from there. A simple right click/edit in the Timeline to adjust the details instead of just viewing it would be rather marvelous.
(I added this as a comment in the other posting on timeline as well) I installed the 7.5.1 update last night and I was interested in the following feature in the 7.5.1 improved features •It's now possible to drag around the Timeline to navigate the score, similar (but not the same) to how the Navigator works. Yes this is good it seems when you click in the timeline the score does move around a bit and the bar that ...more »