Filter By Accidentals

Version 01.37.00
Added 02 Sep 2011 (last updated 02 Apr 2023)

For use with Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7.1, Sibelius 7.5, Sibelius 8.x, Sibelius 18.x, Sibelius 19.x, Sibelius 20.x, Sibelius 21.x, Sibelius 22.x, Sibelius 23.x and Sibelius 24.x

__Lets you filter either notes or Sib6-style chord symbols (not legacy chord symbols) based on the accidentals. __It could be handy as a pre-step for converting, for example, all sharps to flats, or for processing chord symbols with double accidentals, or filtering quartertones. __It has an option to select only the notes that have visible accidentals. __Updated 14 July 2013 to use built-in test for visible accidental when running in Sibelius 7.1.3 or later. __Updated 16 June 2016. Added ability to filter note roots as well as accidentals. This is mostly useful with quartertones, as it is the only way to filter all the E-quarter-flats in a selection. __Updated 7 May 2019. Version 01.36.00. Added ability to filter Triple Accidentals (which should never appear in a Sibelius score, but do). Follow with Browse Selected Objects to find any notes with triple accidentals. __Updated 2 April 2023. Version 01.37.00. Fixed crashing bug when the "show visible accidentals only" option was chosen. Added option to filter notes whose accidentals were not visible. Added a note in the dialog to explain what visible means in a plugin.

Plug-in written by Bob Zawalich.