Part updated incorrectly after insert note in score

• Aug 3, 2016 - 17:56
Reported version
P0 - Critical
S2 - Critical

Ubuntu 14.04, GIT commit: 37e2b5e

In a score with parts and spanners, inserting a note in the score causes all subsequent spanners in parts to be moved too far. In the score, the spanner stays with its original logical position - which is to say, it moves forward the right amount - but in the parts, it moves twice as far as it should, so it now covers different notes.

Precise steps to reproduce:

1) My First Score
2) first measure, note input: C D E F G F E D (two measures of quarter notes)
3) esc
4) click first E, shift+click second
5) press "<" to create hairpin from E to E
6) esc
7) file / parts
8) new all
9) ok
10) click first D
11) ctrl+shift+B
12) view part

Result: the hairpin in the part now goes from F to D (it is still E to E in the score)

I guess it is being updated twice?


Title Spanner in part updated incorrectly after insert note in score Part updated incorrectly after insert note in score
Priority P1 - High P0 - Critical

And further corruption on undo - still not D in the piano part, and now there is an empty place at the table for the B. So, timewise delete really seems to fail for parts pretty badly.

We could just disable the feature for scores that have parts. This example shows it isn't just about spanners - the part is pretty corrupted at this point. For example, even without the hairpin, the G on beat 1 of bar 2 actually reports in the status bar as being beat 5 of bar 1.