Mirrored notehead when direction is reversed.
Notice that if a user uses (Shift+X) to reverse a notehead (mirrored noteheads seem to be used more often in older scores as in 75+ years older) that the notehead is re-positioned as it should be, but there is no horizontal mirroring of the font. It's not that much of an issue, but when looked at scrupulously, the stem seems to be a tad awkward in relation to the notehead. This awkwardness wouldn't be the case if the shape of the notehead (which is often slanted slightly depending on the font used) were actually horizontally-mirrored rather than merely re-positioned. It isn't obvious whether the fonts provided offer mirrored noteheads, but it would most definitely be nice to have the option to mirror the noteheads as in truly mirroring them rather than re-positioning them.
Has anyone else noticed this? Is this not normal to do (true mirroring) and is the request unorthodox, or is it something that makes sense and should be the case but merely has yet to be implemented?