[sib-access] Re: How do you find clefs?

Hi Kevin,

I've just tried this myself and you should be able to locate the clef using
the tab key.  This is what happened:

1 - I navigated to bar 4 and created a bass clef;

2 - When moving through the score with Tab/Shift+Tab, I get a notification
at bar 3 that tells me that there's a bass clef at the end of the bar;

3 - When I tab/shift+tab to bar 4 I get told the voice number and the
presence of the bass clef.  Pressing Q at this point allows me to change the
clef, or I could just press Delete to remove it. 

Best wishes.

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-----Original Message-----
From: sib-access-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:sib-access-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Kevin Gibbs
Sent: 24 July 2009 00:50
To: sib-access@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [sib-access] How do you find clefs?

I accidentally inserted a bass clef in the middle of a score that I wanted
to be a treble clef.  I was able to correct it because I can see well enough
to put my mouse on the clef and fix it.  However, I shouldn't have had to.
It's not a system item.  where should I have gone to land on that clef and
fix it?
thanks,
Kevin
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