Accessibility: Next Element loses position after Delete
If you use the Next or Previous Element commands, find something to delete, press Delete, then continue using Next or Previous Element, the score position is lost and you return to stave 1, bar 1.
Create a new score, treble clef single line to demonstrate, but any template will do.
Enter Note Entry mode, press N.
Enter some notes, e.g. crotchet C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C.
Add a dynamic forte onto any note, say the G in bar 2.
The actual symbol you add is actually irrelevant, it could be fingering, ornament, crescendo, etc, etc.
Press Escape to exit Note Entry mode. (Note, why is this step necessary?)
Navigate with Next or Previous Element (Alt + Right or Alt + Left) to find the dynamic on the G.
So far, everything is working as expected.
- Press Delete to remove the unneeded dynamic.
Expected behaviour, the cursor should now be on the G itself.
Actual behaviour: position is lost.
- Press Next Element.
Expected behaviour here is that you would navigate to the A following the G, bar 2, beat 2.
Actual behaviour is that you're on the key signature at the very beginning of the score.
The practical upshot of this problem is that you must keep using the Find (Goto Bar) command to get back to the correct bar, then navigate down the voices and staffs to the correct staff, then navigate across to the correct item within the bar to continue work. This can be very tedious.