Hairpin attached to note other than in voice 1 in score appears on wrong part

• Nov 21, 2019 - 18:17
Reported version
3.3
Type
Functional
Frequency
Few
Severity
S2 - Critical
Reproducibility
Always
Status
active
Regression
No
Workaround
No
Project
  1. Create a score with multiple instruments
  2. Enter notes in voice 2 in one staff. (It doesn't matter if voice 1 has notes or rests)
  3. Select a note or range of notes in voice 2 only (use the selection filter to ensure only voice 2 notes are selected).
  4. Add a hairpin using the "<" shortcut.
  5. Create parts.

Result: The hairpin is shown in the same measure but on the part associated with the stave below the stave where the hairpin was entered. If the hairpin is entered in the bottom stave it is missing completely.

See attached example and compare the location of the hairpins in the score and in the parts.

Hairpin placement differs in score and parts.mscz

Notes:
a) the problem does not occur if the hairpin is entered by double clicking the palette item.
b) the problem also occurs with a grand staff. A hairpin attached to voice 2 in the top stave appears beneath the bottom stave when a part is generated. A hairpin attached to voice 2 on the bottom stave is missing if the grand staff is the only or last instrument in the score.


Comments

Title Hairpin attached to note in voice 2 in score appears on wrong part Hairpin attached to note other than in voice 1 in score appears on wrong part

Further experimentation shows that this problem occurs if the hairpin is attached to voice 3 or 4 as well as voice 2.

Also, the problem only occurs during part generation. A hairpin added to a score when parts already exist shows up in the correct place.