Volta brackets are lines above the staff used to mark different endings for a repeat section. Score playback automatically follows the repeat indications. For example:
Here the repeat section is played once through with the ending marked "1", then a second time with the ending marked "2".
After selection, the general appearance of a volta line can be adjusted in the "Volta: Line type" section of the Properties panel. Line type, thickness, hook type, and line style (solid/dashed/dotted) can be specified.
The beginning and continuing text (and their vertical offsets) can be edited in the "Text" tab of the "Volta" section. This is an indication only and does not affect playback of the volta.
To change the range of a volta see Changing range of a line.
The actual playback is affected by the entry in the "Repeat list" (Volta: Style). This consists of a series of numbers each followed by a comma (the last comma is omitted). This can be freely edited, but remember to ensure that Play count is also amended accordingly.
A correct volta setting is not always straightforward—as in the following example:
If a volta is selected in the score you can edit its properties in the Voltas section of the Properties panel. These are covered in the sections above.
Properties for all voltas in the score can be edited from Format→Style→Volta.
The "Volta" text style can be edited from Format→Style→Text Styles.