Figured Bass

• Mar 10, 2020 - 00:37
Reported version
3.4
Type
Graphical (UI)
Frequency
Once
Severity
S3 - Major
Reproducibility
Always
Status
closed
Regression
No
Workaround
No
Project

Step for reproduce

If I write II642 I get the right line (see image Fbass1)
If I write II#642 the column is incorrect (see image Fbass2)

A simple workaround is also appreciated

Tnx

Attachment Size
Fbass1.png 4.39 KB
Fbass2.png 4.97 KB

Comments

FYI (in spite of the family resemblance), that is Roman Numeral Notation, not figured bass, in MuseScore terms.

In reply to by BSG

I think that's your problem. When saying "II" in G major or minor (I gather), A or A7 (with major third) is implied. The third inversion of the A7 is 6 4 2 of II ... 6 4+ 2 (or 6 #4 2) is a figured-bass notation, where raising of the fourth must be conveyed this way. In Roman Numeral Notation, it is implicit in the indicated majorness of II. It is not a chromatic modification of II7, but II7 itself (in third inversion).

In reply to by BSG

Please forget the Roman numeral (although in many books see Piston's Harmony and written as I indicate).
I'll ask you a simple question: how do I line up 6 #4 and 2?

After selecting basso continuo, I write 6 + 42 or 64 # 2 or 6 # 42, but the alignment does not work.

Please use basic English otherwise I don't understand