[goodfeel] Re: Procedures for Music Analysis Symbols

Oops!  I should have said that these instructions refer to using the Lime
notation editor with the Lime Aloud scripts for JAWS.
 

Regards,
ill


 


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Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2009 3:22 PM
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Subject: [goodfeel] Re: Procedures for Music Analysis Symbols


Hi,
 
This topic comes up a lot with customers who are studying music at an
advanced level.  Here is an excerpt from a post I recently sent to one such
advanced student.
 
***
 
To enter a Roman numeral with the plus sign:
ALT+A, T, S
Type in the Roman numeral, then a backslash, type the letter u and then a +
sign.
Press ESCAPE
 
For Roman numeral followed by a small circle: 
ALT+A, T, S
Type in the Roman numeral, 
type a backslash, 
type the letter u 
Hold down the ALT key and press the following keys one at a time.  Keep the
ALT key pressed until you have pressed the last key on the numpad:
0 1 7 6
 
The 0 is the numpad insert, 1 is END, 7 is HOME, and 6 is RIGHT ARROW.
 
Try other figures and ask your teacher if they look good enough to convey
the correct meaning.
 
***
 
Regards,
Bill

Bill McCann
Founder and President of Dancing Dots since 1992
www.DancingDots.com
Tel: [001] 610-783-6692 
 
 


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