An easier way to add fingering to the score?
I find MuseScore very "click-dependent" when it comes to adding fingering (at least in a guitar score). One click to select a note, a double-click to apply the finger number from the palette, then further adjustment with the arrow buttons. Is there a way to spread the load onto the non-clicking hand with the use of keyboard shortcuts?
These shortcuts would be single numbers or letters reflecting the established notation: 0-5, T, p, m, a, c etc. Could this be done if there was a "fingering mode" available which could be turned on and off by a simple toolbar toggle button? This would allow the user to simply click on a note (in normal mode) with the right hand, apply the finger number with a one-key, shortcut (left hand) then make any final adjustments with the right-hand arrow buttons.
This would eliminate the need for double-clicking in the right-hand and reduce the strain on the tendons which can lead to Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) .
Since all instruments use some kind of simple fingering notation isn't this worth considering?