Mixer: Solo glitch - singled out instrument using "solo" button now the only sound on playback of the entire score
(MuseScore recommended format)
Steps to reproduce bug (requires a score with multiple instruments)
1) Open Mixer
2) Solo out an instrument (for me, it was an acoustic guitar)
3) Playback score with "solo-ed" instrument
4) Turn off solo on instrument
5) Playback score again
Expected behavior: MuseScore should solo out the instrument in the first run through, and then, after turning off the solo, should bring the rest of the instruments back in.
Actual behavior: Solo-ed instrument is stuck as the only sound in the score even after turning solo back on and off
Discussion: The workaround I found was to turn on solo on all of the instruments in the score, and I was able to hear all the instruments again.
Version: MuseScore v. 220.127.116.1147
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Operating system: Windows 10 v.1803 (OS build: 17134.472)
PROBLEM: I was working with a score, and wanted to solo out one of the instruments so I could catch it up to where the rest of the instruments were in the score without it being covered up by the rest of the instruments. After getting to a stopping point, my plan was to turn off the solo so I could hear all the instruments. The problem was, when I did, no sound from the other instruments came out. The guitar was stuck in "solo" mode.
WORKAROUND: I figured out that by enabling the solo button on all of the instruments, I was able to hear all the instruments again, but it may happen again.
-- Steps to hopefully reproduce the process (solo_step1.JPG and solo_step2.JPG)
-- Screenshot of mixer displaying the workaround. (solo_workaround.JPG)