accidentals on top of other note of chord; meterless

• Oct 10, 2009 - 05:31

One possible bug and one question:
I want to write, in whole notes in treble clef, the chord B-flat (just below middle C), (middle) C-sharp and E (just above middle C. But the sharp for the C, the note-head for which is of course shifted over to the right a bit because of it being a second above the B, gets put right on top of the B, instead of to the left of it. (ie the B and sharp-sign occupy the same space). Is the get-aroundable?

Also, it is possible to write a passage without any meter? (I just want to write some consecutve whole-note chords with no reference to meter)


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