Slur beginning on last note of system appears not to extent

• Aug 13, 2011 - 17:25
Type
Functional
Severity
S4 - Minor
Status
active
Project

1. Open score: //musescore.org/sites/musescore.org/files/issues/11bugs.mscz
2. click the last middle C quarter note at the end of the first system, trumpet part
3. hit "S"
4. hit right cursor

Result: slur is extended graphically (only)
Expected result: slur is extended to the next note
Workaround: select the tail end of the slur on the next system and double click that

Normally, slur can be extended immediately upon entry, but not if the first note of the slur is the last note of a system.


Comments

Title [1.1] Slur beginning on last note of system appears not to extent Slur beginning on last note of system appears not to extent
Status (old) closed active

Chen lung, did you test this in 2.0? It is still present in the 2.0 nightly builds too.

(Tested using Nightly Build ff4a00f
Windows XP)

Everything about slurs seems different to me in 2.0; I haven't taken the time to learn how it is supposed to work. But FWIW, I think my initial description is off - step 4 should be *shift*-right, should it not? At least, in 1.X that's how to extend slurs.

Checking up on this on chen lung's request, I find It's still the case that I don't understand how slurs are supposed to work in 2.0. However, I can verify that shift-S immediately after hitting S anywhere *but* at the end of a system works as expected: the slur is extended to the next note. Whereas Shift-S immediately after hitting S on the last note of a system only nudges the slur. It's a different broken behavior (slur is nudged rather than lengthened graphically), but it's still broken: it should extend to the next note.