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Copy and paste tuplets

Sibelius should be able to copy and paste over triplet passages, which it cant do.

 

This can be very annoying....

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Improvement of Tuplets

absolute important for engravers and publishers...! The major publishing houses estimated hundred (and more) years ago have to deal with reprinting, re-publishing their old music. In the romantic era it was quite common to write ie. 13 16th in time of a quarter. I have seen this too often to call it a minor effect... The best would be to give the user the possibility to to make a "this instead of that"-decision ie. ...more »

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Sticky Tuplets in Ribbon

It might be helpful to have an option for Sticky Tuplets somewhere in the Ribbon. Right now you have to know the shortcut or you don't know it even exists.

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Tuplets across Bar Lines

It would be great with Sibelius could suport tuplets across bar lines. I guess this might be a popular demand since when one enter "Sibelius tuplets" on Google the two first auto complete suggestion are on this subject.

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Tuplets: Ability to flip direction of end hooks independently

Sometimes it would be reallly useful to be able to flip the direction of one of the end hooks independently (for instance in certain cross staff situations).

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Tuplets: Flexible definition on the fly

For instance, when a quarter note is selected, it would be nice to be able to define a eightnote triplet (without the need to first change the note into a eight note, then define the tuplet, and then change the note back to a quarternote).

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Tuplets: Alternatives to hooks (font objects)

It would be nice to be able to add separate font objects to the beginning and end of tuplets (as an alternative to hooks).

 

This would allow for a more personalized notation. This is important, not least when working with esthetics that lie close to handwriting .

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Tuplets: Ability to flip direction of end hooks independently

Sometimes it would be reallly useful to be able to flip the direction of one of the end hooks independently (for instance in certain cross staff situations).

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Tuplets: Flexible definition on the fly

For instance, when a quarter note is selected, it would be nice to be able to define a eightnote triplet (without the need to first change the note into a eight note, then define the tuplet, and then change the note back to a quarternote).

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Tuplets: Alternatives to hooks (font objects)

It would be nice to be able to add separate font objects to the beginning and end of tuplets (as an alternative to hooks).

This would allow for a more personalized notation. This is important, not least when working with esthetics that lie close to handwriting.

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Tuplets advanced

In a 6/8 measure I can create quadruplets to have a conflict rhythm 6 quavers against 4 quavers. That's nice. I wish to have the same function in a 5/8 measure, to achive the conflict rhythm 5 quavers against 4 quavers. Presently, if I mark all the 5 quavers and chose "quadruplet", Sib takes the first 3 quavers and creates a quadruplet, leaving the remaining 2 quavers unchanged. That's not what I wish. (Actually, that ...more »

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