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 The Rosegarden notation editor enables you to view and edit one or more staffs in traditional score notation. It can be found under **Segments → Edit With → Open in Notation Editor** (****N****). The Rosegarden notation editor enables you to view and edit one or more staffs in traditional score notation. It can be found under **Segments → Edit With → Open in Notation Editor** (****N****).
  
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 Rosegarden aims to present scores with the best possible layout compatible with its primary focus as a sequencer application. This means that although the editor supports chords, overlapping and nested beamed groups, triplets and arbitrary tuplets, grace notes, dynamics, accents, text and so on, it does not provide as much fine control over layout (especially in contrapuntal music) as a dedicated score editing program might. Rosegarden does not aim to produce typeset-quality score, although it exports LilyPond files, which form a good basis for typesetting. Rosegarden aims to present scores with the best possible layout compatible with its primary focus as a sequencer application. This means that although the editor supports chords, overlapping and nested beamed groups, triplets and arbitrary tuplets, grace notes, dynamics, accents, text and so on, it does not provide as much fine control over layout (especially in contrapuntal music) as a dedicated score editing program might. Rosegarden does not aim to produce typeset-quality score, although it exports LilyPond files, which form a good basis for typesetting.
 
 
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