Melisma Collides With Next Words/Syllables in Lyrics
Sometimes, melisma's tend to collide with the next word(s) in the line of lyrics. (See attached screenshot.)
According to Marc Sabatella: "... if the syllable after the melisma is centered (because it isn't itself a melisma) and relatively long, we increase the spacing to accommodate the syllable, but not by the right amount. In other words, we're drawing the melisma correctly, we're centering the next syllable correctly, but aren't adjusting the spacing properly."
See attached example and screenshot.
Steps to reproduce bug:
Write a complex score with lyrics, and use melisma's on tied notes, followed by more lyrics.
See attached score.
The melisma should end a little way before the next syllable, or at the end of the last note that it applies to, irrespective of how long or short the next word is.
The melisma extends too far, touching or even moving into the next word/lyric.
MuseScore version: OS: Windows 10 (10.0), Arch.: x86_64, MuseScore version (64-bit): 126.96.36.19988, revision: 148e43f
Bug behaves in the same way on both Windows and Ubuntu Linux, at least.
(Please let me know if you need any more information.)