chord fingering mutilply lines key "Space" has been changed?

• Dec 24, 2019 - 04:02

As titled with mutilply lines fingering of bar 15 beat 4
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Souvenir d'un lieu cher, Op.42 (Tchaikovsky, Pyotr) 2. Scherzo.mscz

Key "Space" is no long the function of changing lines for the fingering of the chord but now go to the next note? intruduced this "Space" to do it which made excellent formatting as seen https://musescore.org/en/node/292643

New way to do it?


Ever since the feature was added (around 3.0.5, I think?) Space has always moved from one note to the next, for fingering. For a chord of several notes, that means it moves from note within the chord to the next note within the chord. And that's exactly what it does here. When I double-click the top "2", pressing Space takes me to the next 2, and pressing it again takes me to the 1, using the current version (3.3.4, there is no 3.2.4). Pressing it again finally moves on to the next chord. That's exactly the correct behavior. Are you saying you are seeing something different from this, doing something different from this, or expecting something different from this?

In reply to by Marc Sabatella

Thanks Marc, tested again, your description is 100% correct, this is right for CHORD.
You reminded me it's for chord only, while I was using "Space" on homonic fingering whih is not a chord as:

By the way, This new advaced "space" tech is still not described in the online manual?
And Merry Christmas to you and Musescore team!

In reply to by Xianyue賢越

I'm not quite sure what you are saying here, but I think you might be misunderstanding this function. It has nothing to do with lines of text and never has. If you want multiple lines of text within a single text element, that is what Enter is for. "Space" is only for moving from note to note, whether the next note is in the same chord or not. Normally two fingerings are not applied to the same note. If you have some special reason to apply two fingerings to the same note, you can certainly do so, by applying a second one normally (eg, from the palette, menu, or keyboard shortcut). "Space" is only for quick entry of a single fingering on each note and is optimized for that particular purpose.

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