In MuseJazz, staccato dot should be smaller than duration dot
According to Elaine Gould in "Behind Bars: The Definitive Guide to Music Notation", in Chapter I, Section 4 "Dynamics and Articulation", the staccato dot is to be smaller than the duration dot as specified at the bottom of p.116, underneath "Symbol design".
While this is true in MuseScore 3.2 for Emmentaler, Bravura and Gonville, it is not true for MuseJazz (see attached) without adjusting the size of all articulations via Style -> Articulations and Ornaments. Furthermore, as this is the expected behavior in "Behind Bars: The Definitive Guide to Music Notation," it should be the default behavior as well, as it is for the other fonts.
To reproduce, create a new score using MuseJazz for the Musical Symbols font. Then, create a quarter note. Then, add the duration dot (.) and the staccato articulation (Shift + S). Zoom in real close, and observe that the two dots (rounded parallelograms) are of identical size.
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