Coming from Finale to Cubase, Finale includes all notes, entry items and measure items when you copy. However, by using Finale’s filter you can specify which items you would like to copy—such as chord symbols or articulations—with or without affecting the notes themselves. (To learn about selecting measure regions, see Selecting music). One can easily choose any number of entry and measure items.
source: https://usermanuals.finalemusic.com/Fin … music7.htm
Let’s say, we have several issues Copy and pasting from one staff to other. For instance, the articulations and Expressions and clef are not always consistent for obvious reasons from one instruments to other. However, in the score, when we copy several measure say from Viola ( source) & paste it to French horn (target), the expressions and clef changes in the target and the result is not what we want.
This feature is not JUST suitable for engraver. It is very suitable for composers, it saves a lot of our time and as every composer does it many times in compositions and arrangements and often we don’t want everything to be copies exactly the same.
If we had a simple filter as in two options: “Notes Only” and “Notes and all items” ON/OFF filter, it would be great.
Is this feature available in Key editor?