Workspaces

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    Overview

    Workspace is the visual settings, also known as graphical user interface (GUI), of the Musescore program itself. An analogy to the position of the pen, ruler etc on a composer's desk. It includes the content, docked/undocked status and positions of palettes, toolbars and assorted open panels. Changes made to the current workspace are automatically saved, no further action is required. You can create custom workspaces to quickly change all these settings with a mouse click.

    Note that the following settings do not count as workspace. View→Show→ Show visible, Show Invisible, Show formatting, Show Frames, Show Page Margins, Mark irregular measures, and status bar's Concert Pitch, Zoom level, and Page View/Continuous View option. These settings, covered in The user interface chapter, are score data. They are saved to and loaded from each score file. Templates contain these settings and will be used when you create a new score from a template, see Setting up your score.

    Creating a new workspace

    To create a new workspace:

    1. Click on the current workspace name in the status bar below the document window. Alternatively, select View→Workspaces→Configure workspace
    2. Click on Create new workspace
    3. Fill in the name of the workspace, choose the options it contains so that only these options are loaded and saved when the workspace is used.
    4. Click Select to close the dialog.

    To customize the palettes display and contents, see palettes.
    To customize the display of toolbars and panels, see Toolbars and panels.

    Deleting a workspace

    1. Click on the current workspace name in the status bar below the document window. Alternatively, select View→Workspaces→Configure workspace
    2. Select the workspace to be deleted
    3. Click on the trash icon at the top of the dialog.

    Switching between workspaces

    1. Click on the current workspace name in the status bar below the document window.
    2. In the resulting dialog box, click on the desired workspace
    3. Press Select.

    Alternatively

    1. Select View→Workspaces→Configure workspace
    2. Click on the desired workspace in the menu.