MuseScore 3 Sustain Pedal is not working properly when dragged consecutively 2 or more bars

• Nov 28, 2021 - 15:08
Reported version
3.6
Type
Performance
Frequency
Once
Severity
S3 - Major
Reproducibility
Always
Status
needs info
Regression
No
Workaround
No
Project

1). Create 2 or more bars on your piece
2.) Drag a "Ped________" to the first bar from Linear Notation in palette.
3.) Play until the first bar, the sound is exactly the effect of the sustain pedal supposed to be.
4.) Drag another "Ped________
" to the second bar.
5.) Play until the second bar, the sustain pedal is not working when it plays to 2nd bar, which means sound from the 2nd bar become separate.
6.) I ever tried to drag each sustain pedal range covering EXCEPT last note, then it seems to work, However, the last note isn't apply the effect of the sustain pedal - this is not the effect I wish to...

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Comments

Indeed, we'd need to see the score in order to understand, but note that the notation shown in your picture is not really the modern standard that is more precise than the 19th-century style notation shown. The modern method using the _/_ brackets allows for more precise control, so you can achieve the quick up/down effect that I suspect is what you are wanting.

BTW, dragging is seldom the most efficient way to add elements to your score, better to select the range in your score then simply click the desired palette icon.