I tried to remove rests in this percussion score using the Edit menu option “remove rests”. I manage to remove the rests when I display each temple block on an individual single-line staff. But when I arrange everything in a 5-line staff, the rests are always present. How to solve this problem? Thank you for your reply.
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This is an ongoing problem on percussion staves — they’re a kind of condensed staff before condensing was available. This problem is supposed to be solved in Dorico 4. Until then, you cannot use “remove rests”.
Thanks a lot for your answer.
… But your problems can be solved!
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L’astuce is to change the voice of your downstem instruments (very nicely set in your kit, congrats) to Extra-downstem voice in the bars where they make rests appear. The extra voices are not padded with rests, that’s what they’re here for.
Hope this (really) helps!
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Thank you Marc for your advice. I managed with your trick to eliminate practically all recalcitrant silences. However, I have not been able to move the triplets of bar 13 into a new descending stem voice because the eighth notes of the triplets turn into quarter notes complemented by rests. If you have another tip, I’m interested. However, there is a way to remove the silence from bar 13: cover it with a white graphics frame. But the method is not very academic. Regarding the French-speaking Users Group, I am well registered.
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