Manuale d'istruzioni - Pizzicato 3.6 IT425 - Revisione del 14/11/2012

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Global options and graphic copy

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Basic global options [Base] [Principiante] [Percussioni] [Chitarra] [Coro] [Tastiera] [Solista]

In the Options menu, select the Global options… item. The following dialog box appears:

It lets you select a few options that are independent of the Pizzicato document. When you change these options, it is valid for all the documents you will open thereafter. Let us see these parameters in detail:

Advanced global options [Professional] [Notazione] [Composizione Base] [Composizione Pro]

In the Options menu, select the Global options…item. The following dialog box appears:

It lets you select a few options that are independent of the Pizzicato document. When you change these options, it is valid for all the documents you will open thereafter. Let us see these parameters in detail:

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Graphic copy [Principiante] [Professional] [Notazione] [Percussioni] [Chitarra] [Coro] [Tastiera] [Solista]

It is possible to copy the contents of the score view so as to paste the picture in your word processor or drawing program. To do this, open a score window and in the Edit menu select the Copy image item. The following dialog box appears:

Notice that the copied picture is formed with the contents of the score window. Before copying, you can decrease the size of the window so that it includes exactly the area you want to copy. The value of the display zoom does not affect the copied picture.

Additional options [Base] [Principiante] [Professional] [Notazione] [Composizione Base] [Composizione Pro] [Percussioni] [Chitarra] [Coro] [Tastiera] [Solista]

When selecting the Additional options... item from the Options menu, the following dialog appears:

The upper part is used to define the default directories proposed by Pizzicato when opening or saving a file. After installation, there are no default directory checked. If you enable one or more check boxes, you may then select your favorite default directory with the corresponding Select... button. Pizzicato will then propose you that directory as the first choice in an open/save dialog box.

In the lower part, six check boxes define the default behaviour of Pizzicato:

Note : depending on the version you have, some of the above options are not applicable. For instance, as Pizzicato Light does not import MIDI files, the import MIDI options are irrelevant for Pizzicato Light.


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Notazione

Composizione base

Composizione Pro

Percussioni

Chitarra

Coro

Tastiera

Solista