♭gets changed to b in chord symbols
I am writing up worksheets on scales and voicings for guitar. I tried to use chord symbols to identify the intervals in a scale, and I ran into a mildly surprising problem:
When I enter ♭9 as a chord symbol it is displayed as B9. When I edit this B9 chord symbol I see that Musescore has changed the flat symbol ♭ to a lower case b.
I find it quite useful when Musescore changes b to ♭ in chord symbols. But is it really the intended behavior to do the opposite? Do users often type ♭ when they mean b and rely on Musescore to fix it?
I would be grateful for any workaround suggestions.
I could use staff or symbol text, but the workflow gets a bit tedious without chord symbols’ ability to quickly move through the notes using the spacebar. Then there’s the extra effort to make these have a consistent look and layout with the chord symbols.
macOS 10.15, Arch.: x86_64, MuseScore version (64-bit): 126.96.36.1997915347, revision: 1977cb3
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