If I use a string indication from the Techniques panel, I can hide it in the score via the Properties panel, and it will show in the part. But, if I use the string indicators from the Properties panel, they can’t be hidden? Am I missing something here? I like the look and size of the ones from Properties, and they are easier to place in the score. However, I don’t want them in the score. I feel I’m missing something obvious. Usually I can figure this out.
Is there was a way of filtering notes with ‘fretted instrument within stave’ string indicators - because it can take a while to find them all amongst multiple flows and different fretted instruments?
Then it takes a while to go through them all unchecking them within the Full score.
Perhaps there is a way - but I haven’t found it yet.
No, you can’t filter notes specifically by the properties they have set, I’m afraid. It would be useful and powerful, no doubt, but it would also be quite complicated to implement so it’s unlikely to be added imminently.
That would be very helpful. Unless one is writing for a large guitar ensemble, fingerings and string indications are not helpful in a score; in an ensemble including guitar they are even less necessary. It’s similar to harp pedaling - this is not included in an orchestral score. A conductor doesn’t been to know what string a guitarist is playing a passage on.
But, as long as they can be hidden we can make do with it he way it is (well, I can!).