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Add a page to an existing file?
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(05-23-2015, 02:34 AM)marais Wrote: Yes indeed, but when you rehearse until ten the bus leaves at 8 and you have barely enough time to eat and sleep it would be more convenient that the program worked better.
As I mentioned I used 4 score https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/forscore...38376?mt=8
on the Ipad from January 2014 until December when I bought an Android tablet.
Forscore easily arranges pages, flattens pdf and basically most editing or adding pages can be done within the program itself.
I had a panic situation in November with a changed program order at the last minute and Forscore worked perfectly (and much faster than my three colleagues scissors and scotch tape).
P.S.  Afterthought :
Another feature would be the opposite.
Concert this Sunday and I STUPIDLY managed to paste the same page TWICE into my pdf file.
No way to natively ERASE one page. Would be very convenient as I will lose all the annotations if I reuse the original pdf that was imported, or go through the long and cumbersome story of individual screen shots then reimporting them and hoping they are still in the right order....
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#12
Re-sorting pages, adding or removing pages and so on can be done by adding files and/or changing "Page Order" on the "Files" tab of the song editor.
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#13
The thing is if for instance I cut in the middle of the file, to skip this additional page, could I just then add the rest of the pages by adding the same file with therefore the same name and continue from the page after the doubled one?
I can try but it seems in terms of any computer program a file present TWICE with the same name might reek havoc?
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#14
The page order feature lets you specify any sequence of pages you want, so you could have breaks in it and do things like, 1-6,8-9,14-16. You can also repeat pages, so you could do 1-6,10-13,1-6. Is there some reason you can't utilize that instead of having to add the same file twice? Having said that, there is nothing that will prevent you from adding the same file twice. When the conflict is presented, you can either pick "Replace File" or "Use existing file".

Mike
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(10-01-2015, 11:00 PM)Zuberman Wrote: The page order feature lets you specify any sequence of pages you want, so you could have breaks in it and do things like, 1-6,8-9,14-16. You can also repeat pages, so you could do 1-6,10-13,1-6.  Is there some reason you can't utilize that instead of having to add the same file twice? Having said that, there is nothing that will prevent you from adding the same file twice. When the conflict is presented, you can either pick "Replace File" or "Use existing file".

Mike

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Yes indeed - and I thank you for the explanation, I got the file to skip the doubled page.

*BUT*
You know what?
Directly following the skipped page ALL THE ANNOTATIONS - that is is the totality - are doubled.
That means I have a page of isolated fingerings floating in space if you will along with dynamics, colors and whatever that proceed the page for which they were meant to be on.
The workaround was to manually erase each and all from the incorrect page and for the time being - it seems they "stick" to the page where they were intended.

Another problem :
Any links of course are also displaced a page later.
So this is a global problem.

Suggestion Angel  (and I know it's a MAJOR PAIN)
but if you had a native ability after flattening the pdf files to erase and therefore transform the original pdf this wouldn't happen.
4 score for instance does this on Mac OS.

Major Pain in the brain I know...
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