Slurs return to their default position on system breaks/stretching
S3 - Major
The title isn't so specific but it should be understandable. Any changes made to a slur are reverted when the notes under a slur go to another system. For instance, if I edit the slur right now and return later (when some/all of the notes were likely adjusted for better layout), I may find that the slur is back to its default position as if I hadn't edited it at all.
I have attached a sample file below. Steps for reproduction:
1. All of the slurs are displaced by 2 sp up.
2. Do anything to force some of the measures to the next system. For example, place a system break on measure 4, or you can also do layout stretch.
3. Revert any changes you have made (ctrl+Z allows you to reproduce the bug)
4. Observe the position of the slurs.
|slurs returning to orig position.mscz||9.71 KB|
confirmed, but see #302318: Manual adjustments of slurs/hairpins are lost if subsequently there is a system break before the measure, followed by the break's removal (by delete, undo etc.)