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Re: allow changes of scripts by type

From: James Lowe
Subject: Re: allow changes of scripts by type
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2015 13:06:18 +0000
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On 28/01/15 18:12, David Nalesnik wrote:

It is a common request to be able to change the defaults of specific
scripts globally.  An example would be changing the padding and font-size
of "tenuto" throughout a file.  Currently, the user needs to tweak each
instance of the right Script, a process that is tedious and error-prone.

There is a snippet which makes such changes much more convenient:

This capability ought to be part of the codebase, either through the method
in the snippet, or through the addition of a context property--something
like "scriptExceptions" to work in conjunction with "scriptDefinitions".

I would like to open a discussion of the best approach to the problem,
through tweaks (as in the snippet), or through context properties (for
which I can provide a basic patch.)

Could the bug squad open an issue for this?



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