Float Tool

After selecting any two segments in any two adjacent sets, press this button to have the segment in the lowest set move to the segment in the next highest set. The two segments can be selected in any order, the segment in the lowest set will always move to the segment in the next highest set.
For example if you have one segment in set 1 and one segment in set 2 and you are currently in set 1, your screen would look something like this:
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The segment in set 1 is in black while the segment in set 2 is in green. To have the segment in set 1 move to the segment in set 2 click on any marcher within the segment in set 1 which will highlight that entire segment:
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Next hold down the Alt and click on any marcher within the segment in set 2:
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A green line will then be drawn between the endpoints of both segments. To have the segment in set 1 move to the segment in set 2 press the external image float.GIF Float Tool button. This movement will occur at the tempo and with the number of counts specified in the **Set Navigation Menu**.
There are many other ways to create motion between two segments in different sets, the following is a list of all possible methods using the Float Tool:
Method 1
  1. Select a segment in the current set
  2. Hold the Alt key and select a segment in the next set
  3. Press the Float Tool button
  4. The segment in the current set will move to the segment in the next set
external image float1.gif
Method 2
  1. Select a segment in the next set
  2. Hold the Alt key and select a segment in the current set
  3. Press the Float Tool button
  4. The segment in the current set will move to the segment in the next set
external image float2.gif
Method 3
  1. Select a segment in the current set
  2. Hold the Alt key and select a segment in the previous set
  3. Press the Float Tool button
  4. The segment in the previous set will move to the segment in the current set
external image float3.gif
Method 4
  1. Select a segment in the previous set
  2. Hold the Alt key and select a segment in the current set
  3. Press the Float Tool button
  4. The segment in the previous set will move to the segment in the current set
external image float4.gif