Using '.' after chord letter to force playback of bass only: is this a good long term workaround?
For diatonic accordion scores I need to notate playing left hand bass by upper case chord letter (C G ..), and playing chord by lower case (c, g, ...).
It doesn't matter that it is for diatonic accordion, I give that info only to show that it isn't a crazy idea of me, just a common notation for that instrument.
Anyway, using uppercase and lowercase is allowed in style by unchecking Automatic Capitalization for chords.
Before the chord playback area that did the job.
Now with playback of chords (and without looking for audio perfection, that's not my goal), I would of course prefer to have bass only for uppercase chords.
As it happens I have found a quite usable workaround: just add a dot after the chord letter, it seems that MuseScore doesn't recognize the Chord realization and therefore plays the bass only with is just perfect for me.
My question is: is this a good long term workaround or will soon MuseScore change the way to play G. C. ... ?
P.S. attached a very simple example