Duplicate every note in a chord an octave up?
In the transition from MuseScore 3.4.2 to 3.5, I've noticed that the "add interval" function has changed slightly. In 3.4.2, I used to be able to add an interval to every note selected in a chord. After consulting the changelog, I did indeed find that this function now only adds one note instead of duplicating the entire chord, and for good reason.
However, I most often use MuseScore for creating hyper-condensed orchestral reductions (which I understand is a pretty niche use), and the "add interval an octave above" function worked especially well for doubling entire chords an octave above the original (ex: a triadic trumpet line might be doubled verbatim an octave above).
I'm not asking for a change in the existing functionality, but maybe an additional command to double every note in the chord an octave up? This isn't a big deal, but it could certainly help save a lot of time.