Pro tip: "Select More" range!

I haven’t seen this mentioned anywhere, so just posting this in case someone would benefit from it.

For most (though not all) types of items, you can select the first one, Ctrl/Cmd-click to select the last one, then use Ctrl/Cmd-Shift-A (Select More) to select all items within that range.

Huge time saver!

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@pianoleo’s certainly a fan.

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Guilty as charged :wink:

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Yes! (The title of this thread should be “Select More” range. When will I get my TL3 back?)

@DanKreider I’m glad you made this thread. I hadn’t seen @pianoleo’s previous mention of this. I had no idea this was a thing. Funny how all these little things can slip by.

Would be great if this (and the select more) would also work vertically.

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Another way’s it’s useful is if you want to select passages in a score on non-adjacent staves, you can select the end points on multiple non-contiguous instruments and it will select everything in between on just those staves.

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