I am studying music in college, including taking a voice class with a focus on sight-singing. My instructor has me annotating scores with solfège (do re mi ...) syllables.
Now, in a "fixed do" system, the syllable "do" will fall on C. But in the "movable do" system that I am learning in this college course the syllable "do" falls on the tonic. That became painfully clear when I began annotating with "do" on the first note of the score, which happened to be a C, and had gotten quite a way into the score before I realized the score began up a perfect fifth in the key of F. I should have begun assigning syllables with "so" on that first note C, since that is the perfect fifth syllable in the solfège scale.
I was actually doing this in MuseScore, assigning the solfège syllables with ctrl-L lyrics, so it wasn't too hard to undo backwards to the beginning. But on starting over, I said to myself, "Wait a minute! Does MuseScore have a feature to automatically generate solfège lyrics for me?"
Well, I couldn't find it in the menus or handbook, so here I am ... asking for a new feature.
This is the kind of process that computers are good for. The logic to determine the syllables based on whatever the note and key signature is, inserting lyrics that automatically change if the note or signature changes, should be doable. (Pun intended ... LOL).
Does this interest anybody? I'm attaching an annotated test case if any MuseScore software guru able to implement and test new features wants to play with this.