Stems of cross-staffed notes not aligning in some cases
I'm working on a piano score of a four-part chorale (see attachment). I have two voices on the treble staff, and two voices on the bass staff. Sometimes, such as is the case in the first three measures of the piece, I want the first voice of the bass staff to appear on the treble staff, so I have cross-staffed those notes. The cross-staffed notes have the same duration as the note above it on the treble staff, so MuseScore automatically lines up the stems nicely, looking like a two-note chord. However, this is not the case for the first note(s) of the first measure.
The first note of the second (now lone) voice on the bass staff is a whole note; I noticed that if I change that note to two half notes, then MuseScore does automatically line up nicely the stems of the notes now in the treble clef (as it does for all other cross-staffed notes of the same duration as the note above it).
Is this a bug? Is this intentional behavior? Regardless, is there a way for me to force the stems of those first notes on the treble clef to line up nicely? Thanks for the help.
Arch.: x86_64, MuseScore version (64-bit): 2.3.2, revision: 4592407
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