Text (Composer/Lyricist) Alignment in Top Horizontal Frame
I don't know if this is a bug or not so I'm calling it a Feature Request.
I recently noticed that MuseScore uses the "lowest" part of a letter as an alignment reference in regards to placement above the bottom of the top vertical frame. So for example if I typed: "Words by Sam," the "tail" on the lowercase "Y" in "by" would be the reference point.
However, if on the same score I typed "Traditional" for the Composer, since there are no "Y's" or Q's" in "Traditional," the basis for alignment is the bottom of the lower case letters. That means, "Words by Sam" and "Traditional" on the same score are out of alignment.
Obviously I can adjust one or the other Y Offsets to make the positioning the same or type "Music by Traditional, but wouldn't it be better for all text positioning to be based the bottom of letters without "tails" and any additional offsets to compensate for letters with tails to be built in so you don't have to manually tweak the positions?
I have a feeling this is even more prevalent with other languages and characters.
I attached an example.