I think this is actually THE ‘B’ WORD THAT MUST NOT BE USED ON STEINBERG.NET!
Open the Time Sig Editor…
Select multiple time sig ‘markers’.
Hold down Alt and drag mouse. It will -look- as though it is about to copy/paste those time sig markers to your new location. WUNDERBRA!!!
Well… except that it doesn’t actually do that. TRAININGBRA!
What it actually does, is -move- the time sig markers… I guess.
Obviously, I want to be able to copy/paste time sig markers en masse.
So… can you make the -function- match the UI? That would really help.
Which leads into another micro-rant:
A LOT of concert music requires not just multiple time sigs but -groups- of alternating time sigs. In most 20th century music you’re most often thinking in time-sig-groups, not one time sig. eg. ( 4 bars of 3/16 + 1 bar 4/16 ). That’s one -group-. And one should be able to -easily- manipulate those -groups- as a single object in Cubase/Score.
IOW: There should be a ‘Meta-Time Sig’ marker… a way to wrap a group of bars in ‘brackets’ that would represent a single object that can be instantly copied/drawn/cut/pasted just as individual time sigs can be done now.
Put it this way: Ever seen a picture of Bartok? Not the happiest guy, right? Now picture Bela having to individually notate EACH FRICKIN’ TIME SIG MARKER in Cubase? The guy woulda just given up. (And that’s the joke… we’re talking FOLK music here. It’s 2015 and entering a one chord Serbian Wedding Song in Cubase takes longer than a Chopin Nocturne.)