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#1213239 - 06/07/09 10:55 AM moving rests in Sibelius First
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Can anyone tell me if its possible to move a rest in Sibelius First? I'm using a Mac and the software insists on putting the quarter rest at the end of the measure. I need it in the middle. If I insert a rest in the middle, it takes the value from the previous note, rather than removing the rest at the end. Ahhhh!
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#1213285 - 06/07/09 12:05 PM Re: moving rests in Sibelius First [Re: FormerlyFlute]
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I'm not sure what you're asking. Are you wanting to put the rest in a middle beat, or simply move a rest so that visually it's more aligned in the center of the bar. What's the time signature?
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#1213293 - 06/07/09 12:30 PM Re: moving rests in Sibelius First [Re: Kreisler]
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The time signature is 9\4

I am trying to put the rest in a middle beat.
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#1213531 - 06/07/09 06:58 PM Re: moving rests in Sibelius First [Re: FormerlyFlute]
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You can always cut and paste the "offending" (without the misplaced quarter rest at the end) notes to an empty measure, insert a quarter rest in the original measure and then cut paste the final four beats back into the measure.
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