For Finale 2010 and above. This plug-in adds a section to the preferences that allows the Playhead and Timeline zoom functionality to be switched off. This setting can often be reset by closing and reopening the editor.
For Finale 2010 and later. This plug-in offers a special F-curve editor, which allows the keys on the piano keyboard to be tuned to a musical scale; a graphical interface used to preview, in real-time, the output of the generated keys. In a later version, the F-curve editor offers a floating preview pane to help avoid losing too much real estate.
For Finale 2010 and earlier versions. This plug-in implements two new automake options. First, it adds \"auto-makerest\" which automatically makes the notes rest at the title of the measure. Second, it adds \"auto-makechapterrest\", which automatically makes the notes rest at the title of the staff set. When the document is saved, the settings are saved as a category name named JW Chapter Maker Data.
Choose whether you want to display page numbers in the Notes panel (Yes) or in the Notepad panel (No). This setting applies to the Page View panel and the pane \"Show Pages\" in the Outline panel.
First introduced as a feature of Finale 2004, this cross-reference plug-in makes it easy to find other instruments played by the same performer as accompaniment. A chorus or solo line that is played on an instrument that has been entered in the panel will be found by the cross-reference. For example, if you played an instrument called \"Viola\" in a violon solo and then you enter a solo line named `Viola`, Finale will display a line of notes in the instrument list for this note name, called Sample Display. You can then play the notes of this line to accompany your violon solo. Noteworthy is that the name assigned when you first enter the notes in the panel is used as a template on the document panel, and the notes settings are saved with the document when you save changes. 7211a4ac4a