Is it possible to exterminate notes and rests?
I know, this must sound weird, but it's still a serious question. ;-)
From time to time I work on scores that were converted from PDF to MuseScore. In the converted .mscz file I sometimes see measures with more notes and rests than the time of the measure allows. As an example, a "Bass clef" halfway the original PDF is sometimes recognized as a "Whole note" and added as another note with the other notes into the measure in the .mscz file. Yes, then it gets crowded there. (Excuse me, would you please take your elbow out of my eye? :-) )
I could correct this in an easy way if I can "exterminate" the notes or the rests that are too much. In the example that I gave I would completely remove the "Whole note" that was originally the "Bass clef" and the remaining notes and rests would then add up to the correct time of the measure.
Is this possible?
If not I'd like to toss in a feature request.
Thanks to everybody answering this question !