Unable to save and reopen tuplets correctly
While one can correctly type in triolets (and mostly any tuplets), reopening the saved file can lead to error messages about incomplete/or overfull bars ("expecting 4/4, getting 36/24" etc.).
Tested on Archlinux, Musescore version 3.6.2
Steps to reproduce:
1) type in Musescore the original score (see image musescore_triolet_original.png), save the file and close it.
2) reopen the previous file, and compare bar 2 (see image musescore_triolet_bug.png). The 4th note has been converted to a silence ("-.").
This test is from the bass line of the given gp5 file (available for download I do not remember where on the internet, see bar 75, with another similar error at bar 77 for different instrument).
I stumble upon many of these errors when trying to convert gp5 files to musescore : the import is absolutely fine (no error messages, the displayed score is the "same" as the original), but the saved mscz is corrupt. In some cases, the note just disappear or the bar is completely messed up. Sometimes, rewriting the offending notes is OK, but in this case, it is not (unless I did something wrong)
|Fugees - Killing Me Softly (ver 2 by The Hurlster)-test-Bass.mscz||21.13 KB|
|Fugees - Killing Me Softly (ver 2 by The Hurlster).gp5||71.82 KB|