The following page documents features in an upcoming version of MuseScore. These features are only available for testing in the latest nightly builds. This page should not be translated yet.
Palettes are highly customizable. You can create/delete single palettes and populate them with arbitrary elements from the master palette (todo: link) or from elements of a score. A set of palettes are called a "profile". You can maintain several profiles (todo: link) and easily switch between them.
Pressing and holding a palette title with the left mouse button shows the palette menu.
The menu offers the following operations:
- Palette Properties
Clicking on this entry opens the palette property dialog.
- Insert New Palette
Creates a new empty palette with can next filled with elements from the master palette, other palettes or
with elements from the score.
- Move Palette Up
Moves the palette up in the list of palettes.
- Move Palette Down
Moves the palette down in the list of palettes.
- Enable Editing
Tag this to change the content of a palette. To avoid accidental changes editing is off by default.
- Save Palette
Opens a file dialog and saves the palette into a file.
- Load Palette
Opens a file dialog and reads a palette from file.
- Delete Palette
Clicking below the list of palettes with the mouse right button opens the palette context menu. The menu allows you to change the palette behaviour and to reset all palettes to default.
- Single Palette Mode: If tagged allows only one palette to be open.
- Reset to factory defaults: Replaces all palettes with the default version. Warning: this may destroy
all changes you make to the current set of palettes.