Layout shift of slur after reload
Certain customizations of slurs aren't honored upon save and reload. It's difficult to define the exact steps since sometimes (for the most part) custom slurs work just fine, but sometimes they don't. It seems related to changing multiple nodes and having auto-place do a few extra auto-motions after custom changes. This problem seems to be especially manifest when finger-text is present below/above a slur. To clarify this instead of merely mention it, I've included a mscz file that has the erroneous saved results upon loading, yet also I include a screen capture of the changes performed upon the slur (used redo here so there's no mouse showing), demonstrating how it appears before saving and reloading.
1) Here's an animation showing a slur being placed across a measure, with the addition of the left-terminal being moved upward a bit, and then the right-terminal being moved down and slightly to the left above the note-head. It seems that auto-placement does some extra work here by pushing upward the center area. The result is acceptable and then saved to file:
2) Upon saving this and reloading: the result gives what is shown in the following screenshot:
Something wasn't registered in saving or in loading, or some operation of the autoplacement wasn't stored/interpreted correctly...
If it helps at all, an mscz of the final file is included here which includes two measures: the first is the same notes and fingering text but with the default autoplaced slur, and the second measure is the customized slur shown to be performed in the gif, yet looks as the above picture with the slur crossing through the fingering text in the middle. Hope this bug can be fixed soon.