Chord with same note twice but different accidentals doesn't display reliably
Very easy to reproduce:
a) add a B
c) shift+C to add a C above it
d) arrow down twice to make it a B flat
e) natural sign not shown for the B that is still natural
f) arrow down again, then undo
g) natural sign now shown as expected
Originally I thought this was a relatively minor/temporary rendering issue but in this case it seems permanent:
a) add a C, then arrow up to make it C#
b) shift+D to add a D above
c) arrow down 3 times to make it a B
d) arrow up to make it a D
e) you now have a chord cluster with D & D# yet there appears to be no way to make the natural sign appear.
In fact I was able briefly to get it to display the natural sign, but just saving the score made it disappear again!
Workaround is obviously to explicitly add the natural sign, but it shouldn't really be necessary.
Curiously in the msxc:
<Chord> <durationType>quarter</durationType> <Note> <Accidental> <subtype>accidentalFlat</subtype> </Accidental> <pitch>70</pitch> <tpc>12</tpc> </Note> <Note> <Accidental> <subtype>accidentalNatural</subtype> </Accidental> <pitch>71</pitch> <tpc>19</tpc> </Note> </Chord>
looks ok, but if you change it to accidentalSharp, it doesn't show the natural unless you add