Adding Intervals (above/below) should take into consideration the accidental toggle state
This has been mentioned a few times, but not added to the issue tracker, so for good measure:
1) Insert note, e.g. a C
2) Desire to add an E#, but do this via the interval commands rather than tonal commands.
Before version 3.3., the user could [Add 3rd above] and then use the [Accidental] commands like add #/double flat/whatever afterwards. Now, the accidental commands toggle, and the expected behavior is to have an interval be given the toggled accidental state, though no such thing occurs. And then the user can't add an accidental explicitly except by using the Semitone raising/lowering functions (arrows), or worse, exit note entry and then apply an accidental command. This interrupts work-flow for when someone uses explicit accidental commands rather than changing pitches up or down by semi-tones, and needs to be fixed.
So, basically, the bug can be declared as (and should hopefully be an easy fix):
[Add Interval] commands currently do not apply a toggled accidental state.
This potentially could be considered a major bug rather than minor...