BTW: Fin2012 does have some linked parts improvements with respect to how
it works with plugins. For expressions, page titles, and (I believe) smart
shapes, if you edit them in part view it unlinks them from the score. This
makes using existing plugins more palatable as well as opening up
opportunities for automation that I have already begun to incorporate in my
v4.0 version of plugins.
> At 12:26 PM -0400 18/4/12, <christopher.smith@vide...> écrit:
> >a kind of sausage
> Oui, porc flesh mixed with chopped tripe and
> herbs and put inside the intestine :-) <salivate>
> In the 12th c. this word also denoted the male
> sexe ;-) And I hope David H. Bailey didn't take
> offense; unlike most French people I tend to use
> this word very loosely, there was no malice
> intended. It's rarely used in France these days,
> has gone out of fashion, but I love it.
> Andouillette is still commonly used being a much
> smaller version of an andouille i.e. small
> sausage ;-)
> Thank you for the further insight into the modern Finale.
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