Inspector as a Substitute for Roll Editor
Roll Editor's function is to edit the playback of notes put in the score. It is fine for some cases where you only have to change few notes, but what if you want to edit many notes at a time? Especially if you must change between parts to do so, in an orchestral score for example?
I think we should find a faster way. I mean, if you feel it :D
My idea would be to include the options that the roll editor gives us, into the inspector. BASICALLY, whenever we click a note we see extra settings about the note's playback, like changing velocity, duration and such, all the basic things you can change through the roll editor.
How would that be faster? This alone could not be faster. But imagine if it worked just like when selecting similar items in the score. You would quickly select all parts, instead of sitting down applying each change to one part at a time through roll editor. Also, maybe some people find it easier to handle than roll editor, which is quiet different than the score you usually look at. Is that just me? HmMm I don't know.
Am I the only one who finds roll editor a pain to look at and analyze?