Resize Tool Z — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

Shows the Resize Tool selected in the tool menu - carat (up and mirror down) rotated left by 45 degrees
  Resize Tool    Z

Sets the current tool to ‘Resize’. You can scale a note (not a rest) to be larger or smaller in the range -16 to +16. Certainly can create intriguing scores. Might be a good way to highlight things for demonstrations and observations.

Resize notes and symbols in the Logic Pro Score Editor — Apple Support

You can change the size of notes, as well as most score symbols, using the Resize tool (located in the Score Editor Tool menu).

Select Project 8 — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

  Select Project 8

Bring the main window for project 8 into focus. Having multiple projects open at the same time results in buggy behavior. It is difficult to know which project is actually project 8.

There is no documentation for selecting multiple projects in the Logic Pro (and Pro X) documentation.

Force Interpretation ⌃⇧I — Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

  Force Interpretation    ⌃⇧I

You can change notation to “look right” but force a desired interpretation.

One example is that if a note has the length of an eighth note, and the score shows an eighth note plus an eighth rest — forcing interpretation will change the note displayed as a quarter note, but continue to play it as an eighth note.

Change note syncopation and interpretation in the Logic Pro Score Editor — Apple Support

By default, note syncopation and interpretation match the settings chosen in the Region inspector. You can change interpretation settings for individual notes to improve readability.

Migration — MacPorts

Migration — MacPorts

Migrating MacPorts after a major operating system upgrade or from one computer to another
A MacPorts installation is designed to work with a particular operating system and a particular hardware architecture.

This migration procedure ensures a smooth transition after major system changes, such as:

major operating system upgrades (e.g., from macOS 10.15 Catalina to macOS 11 Big Sur).
architecture migrations (e.g., from Intel to Apple Silicon).
migrations from one computer to another
If you don’t want to migrate, you can always ​uninstall MacPorts entirely before manually reinstalling ports.

Note: If you move from one Mac to another Mac using ​Migration Assistant, you have to do it first.