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 ===== Réglettes et curseurs ===== ===== Réglettes et curseurs =====
  
-The Rosegarden notation editor window includes two graduated rulers, each associated with its own cursor. The rulers are the horizontal strips divided with tickmarks at top and bottom of the main notation canvas, and the cursors are the coloured vertical lines shown initially at the start of the top staff in the editor. In addition to these main two, there are the chord name ruler, the tempo ruler, and the raw note ruler. 
  
-Note that the rulers are only shown in [[/#​nv-layout|linear layout]] mode, and several of them are not displayed by default.+==== Le curseur (ou pointeur) ====
  
-{{http://​rosegardenmusic.com/wiki/rg-cursors.png|The notation editor's two cursors}}+Depuis sa version 10.x (qui correspond à son portage qt4), les éditeurs de Rosegarden présentent un seul curseur. Celui-ci fait office de curseur d'​insertion ainsi que de pointeur de position de la lecture. 
 +Cliquer sur la réglette des mesures permet de positionner le pointeur. Un double clic permet de positionner le pointeur et d'exécuter la lecture de la composition à l'​endroit indiqué.
  
-The purple cursor is the insert cursor. It shows the point at which operations such as insert and paste will take place. You can reposition the insert cursor by clicking or dragging on the top ruler, or by clicking with the select tool on an empty part of the staff (avoiding any events), or by clicking anywhere with **Ctrl** held down. FIXME (This no longer holds true)+==== Les réglettes ====
  
-You can also use the left and right arrow keys to move the insert cursor one event at a timeIf you hold **Ctrl** while pressing the arrow keys, the cursor will move a whole bar at a time; if you hold **Shift**, the cursor will [[/#​nv-tools-selections|select the events]] as it passes over them.+L'​éditeur de notation de Rosegarden présente une réglette principale graduée selon le tempoD'​autres réglettes peuvent être affichées en haut de l'​éditeur:​ //​Visualiser → Réglettes//.
  
-The blue cursor is the playback pointer. Just like the similar cursors in the main window and the matrix viewsthis shows the location of the current playback or record positionand it sweeps across the notation while the transport is rollingIt can be repositioned using the bottom ruler.+En plus de ces réglettesil est possible d'​afficherde manière optionnelle,​ la réglette des vélocité, la réglette du  "pitch bend" ainsi qu'une série de réglettes de contrôlesElles s'​affichent au bas de l'​écran. Elles peuvent être affichées simultanément,​ chacune dans un onglet.
  
-==== The raw note ruler ====+=== Réglette de position du curseur ​==
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 +Elle est affichée à la fois en haut et en bas de l'​éditeur. Elle correspond à la réglette de position du curseur de la fenêtre principale. Cette réglette est graduée en deux parties. L'une présente la graduation des mesures, l'​autre le tempo (les temps musicaux correspondant au chiffrage de la mesure). 
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 +Actions sur la graduation des mesures : 
 +Double clic permet de positionner un pointeur par l'​ouverture du [[doc:​markereditor-en|gestionnaire de marqueurs]] 
 +Clic droit permet de positionner un marqueur 
 +Maj + Clic permet de sélectionner une plage entre deux marqueurs. Comme précédemment,​ la plage est affichée en surbrillance claire sur la réglette des temps. 
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 +Actions sur la graduation des temps : 
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 +Clic permet de positionner le pointeur. 
 +Double clic permet de positionner le pointeur et d'​exécuter la lecture de la composition à l'​endroit indiqué. 
 +Maj + Clic permet de définir une plage de lecture dans laquelle la composition est jouée en boucle. La plage est indiqué par une surbrillance claire sur la réglette. Maj + Clic permet d'​annuler la définition de cette plage. 
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 +=== Réglette des notes brutes ​===
  
 The raw note ruler is particularly useful when editing [[/#​nv-quantization|quantized notation]] where the display duration on the page differs from the duration of the actual performance. Enabled via **Settings → Rulers → Show Raw Note Ruler**, it draws a small bar above each note, similar to the way notes appear in the matrix. In this example screenshot, you can see how interpreted,​ quantized notes appear on this ruler. The tenuto notes have full performance durations, while the staccato notes are considerably shorter, and the accented notes have a higher velocity (more red colour) than their neighbors. The raw note ruler is particularly useful when editing [[/#​nv-quantization|quantized notation]] where the display duration on the page differs from the duration of the actual performance. Enabled via **Settings → Rulers → Show Raw Note Ruler**, it draws a small bar above each note, similar to the way notes appear in the matrix. In this example screenshot, you can see how interpreted,​ quantized notes appear on this ruler. The tenuto notes have full performance durations, while the staccato notes are considerably shorter, and the accented notes have a higher velocity (more red colour) than their neighbors.
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 {{:​doc:​rg-rawnoteruler.png|The raw note ruler, showing notation whose performance duration value differs from what appears on the staff}} {{:​doc:​rg-rawnoteruler.png|The raw note ruler, showing notation whose performance duration value differs from what appears on the staff}}
  
-==== The chord name ruler ====+=== Réglette des accords ​===
  
 The chord name ruler analyzes the tonality of the piece, and attempts to display which chords are sounding. This is for informational purposes only, and you can neither print nor edit the contents of this ruler. To actually write chords which will print see [[/#​chord-text|Chords]] in the section on text elements in a Rosegarden file. The chord name ruler analyzes the tonality of the piece, and attempts to display which chords are sounding. This is for informational purposes only, and you can neither print nor edit the contents of this ruler. To actually write chords which will print see [[/#​chord-text|Chords]] in the section on text elements in a Rosegarden file.
  
-==== The tempo ruler ====+=== Réglette du tempo ===
  
 The tempo ruler displays the global tempo, and provides a vehicle for entering, editing, and manipulating it. It works the same way as the tempo rulers in the main window and the matrix editor. See [[/#​tempo-ruler|Tempo Rulers]] for more information. The tempo ruler displays the global tempo, and provides a vehicle for entering, editing, and manipulating it. It works the same way as the tempo rulers in the main window and the matrix editor. See [[/#​tempo-ruler|Tempo Rulers]] for more information.
 
 
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