Piano Bass Stave converts to Treble Stave when Measures are Deleted.
In trying to fix a previous reported bug (but which I was unable to find in the bug reports), where the piano bass notes had been erroneously entered onto a piano Treble Clef, I went into Edit Instruments, and added a new Piano Bass Clef. Then I copied the bass notes, where they had been entered onto the superfluous Treble Clef, and pasted them onto the new Bass Cleff. Then I deleted the duplicate Treble Clef.
This appeared to have worked, fine, ever since. But when I recently created a test file by deleting measures at the beginning of the score, the piano Bass Clef was converted to a Treble Clef, and the notes again dropped way down.
Does anyone know what to edit in the uncompressed file, so that this can be permanently fixed?
Steps to see the Treble Clef magically convert to a Bass Clef:
Open the test file: Piano Bass Line Dropping Down and Converting to Treble Clef_20160501_01_44U.mscz
Left click the first rest at the top of the score, and the first rest at at the bottom of the score, to select the first measure of the entire score. All notational elements in the first measure will be selected, highlighted, and surrounded by a blue box.
Using the keyboard, press the
buttons. The first measure from the top of the score to the bottom, will be deleted. The undesired response is that the piano bass clef will convert to a treble clef, and the notes will correspondingly drop way down.
Comments: It must be Magic!
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