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 Rosegarden can optionally stretch or squash each triggered segment to match the duration of the note that triggers it, and can raise or lower the pitch and velocity of the segment likewise to match. A triggered segment is played on the same instrument as its triggering event. Rosegarden can optionally stretch or squash each triggered segment to match the duration of the note that triggers it, and can raise or lower the pitch and velocity of the segment likewise to match. A triggered segment is played on the same instrument as its triggering event.
  
-{{http://​rosegardenmusic.com/​wiki/​rg-triggersegment.png|Rosegarden'​s Trigger Segment dialog, as reached from the matrix editor}}+{{:doc:rg-triggersegment.png|Rosegarden'​s Trigger Segment dialog, as reached from the matrix editor}}
  
-You manage triggered segments through a window available via the Segments → Manage Triggered Segments option in the main segment canvas. To make a new triggered segment, copy a segment or part of a segment to Rosegarden'​s clipboard, then use the Edit → Paste as New Triggered Segment menu option in this manager window. You can then set a particular note to play this triggered segment instead of the original note, using Adjust → Trigger Segment... in the matrix or Note → Ornaments → Trigger Ornament... in the notation editor.+You manage triggered segments through a window available via the Segments → Manage Triggered Segments option in the main segment canvas. To make a new triggered segment, copy a segment or part of a segment to Rosegarden'​s clipboard, then use the **Edit → Paste as New Triggered Segment** menu option in this manager window. You can then set a particular note to play this triggered segment instead of the original note, using Adjust → Trigger Segment... in the matrix or **Note → Ornaments → Trigger Ornament...** in the notation editor.
  
 When triggering a segment, you will be offered a choice for how it is played in terms of timing, because the triggered segment (or ornament) may have a different underlying duration from your triggering note. The options for playback timing are: When triggering a segment, you will be offered a choice for how it is played in terms of timing, because the triggered segment (or ornament) may have a different underlying duration from your triggering note. The options for playback timing are:
  
-As stored+**As stored**
  
 Play the triggered segment with a start time coinciding with that of the note, and at the original speed. Keep playing the triggered segment until it ends, even if it is longer than the triggering note. Play the triggered segment with a start time coinciding with that of the note, and at the original speed. Keep playing the triggered segment until it ends, even if it is longer than the triggering note.
  
-Truncate if longer than note+**Truncate if longer than note**
  
 Play the triggered segment with a start time coinciding with that of the note, and at the original speed. If the triggered segment is longer than the triggering note, truncate it so that it ends at the end time of the note. Play the triggered segment with a start time coinciding with that of the note, and at the original speed. If the triggered segment is longer than the triggering note, truncate it so that it ends at the end time of the note.
  
  
-End at same time as note+**End at same time as note**
  
 Play the triggered segment with its end time coinciding with the end of the note, and at the original speed. This means the start of the triggered segment may be chopped off if it is longer than the triggering note. Play the triggered segment with its end time coinciding with the end of the note, and at the original speed. This means the start of the triggered segment may be chopped off if it is longer than the triggering note.
  
-Stretch or squash segment to note duration+**Stretch or squash segment to note duration**
  
 Speed up or slow down the triggered segment so that it fits exactly into the duration of the triggering note. This is the default. Speed up or slow down the triggered segment so that it fits exactly into the duration of the triggering note. This is the default.
 
 
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