In the attachment you see a part from a larger conductor. The question is how a trill (with accidentals) should be made and presented. The arranger wants an accidental (b, # etc) with the trill because by default it has to be vibrated on a whole tone, hence the accidental.
I take the trill vibrator from Pallets at "Lines", shorten the vibrating line so that there is only "tr" (so without 'continuation).
To place the sign I go to "tr" and add the correct sign via Palettes in "Accidentals".
I choose the brackets in Settings overview at "Author" >>Hook type>> Brackets (several options).
Because here the trill vibration occurs on a whole tone, I put the sign in 2 brackets as a reminder of that whole tone.
Now 3 questions from the arranger,
1) how can I print "tr" and the sign in bold because of visibility in conductor (of 950 bars)?
2) Is it customary to put those parentheses around the sign, the arranger doesn't know that option?
3) Do you have examples of how it is usual, with or without parentheses and type?
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