Crescendos and decrescendos hairpins changed which notes are being affected by them

• Apr 13, 2022 - 19:55
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Ergonomical (UX)
S4 - Minor
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Overnight practically all crescendos and decrescendos have been shortened or elongated by, depending on the case, one figure or more, and that includes whole beat silences; causing that certain crescendos and decrescendos are overlapping because the notes they were affecting augmented, and that´s only concerning the full score, because if you dig into the part´s score some decrescendos no longer exist for some reason.
Maybe the only ones not affected by this bug are the ones delimitated by dynamics in both sides. I´ll be putting various examples because this is truly incredible and something that will take hours of work to correct.
Please don´t mind the other issues in the trombone 2 part, such as the repeated rehearsal numbers, which are also driving me crazy too.


I´ve placed some of the crescendos correctly of bar 72, but there remains some of the hot points such as between bars 108-116, bar 125, 143-148, 154-157, 171-177, etc.

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That score is corrupt:
Measure 52, Staff 28 incomplete. Expected: 6/8; Found: 0/1
With corrupt scores anything can happen, so fix that corruption first, see How to fix a score that contains corruptions

Other than that I don't see anything wrong with hairpins at measure 72 or 125. At 108-116, you entered tham overlapping apparently, same for 143-148, 154-157 and 171-177

In reply to by Jojo-Schmitz

Thank you for your fast reply, I´ve repaired that corruption thing now. I was refering to the crescendo hairpins from bar 124 which are now affecting the whole beat silences of bar 125, and even surpassing the mf markings, but I don´t think there would be any shortcut for fixing this. In bar 72 happened the same but I´ve already changed them, and the other issues... well, I think some of them will have something to do with the maneuvering of the hairpins manually, but surely not all of them.
Thank you for your reply.

In reply to by Marc Sabatella

I´m afraid I can´t give any precise instructions for recreating this issue, it has only happened once, and before the corruption happened (or at least that the program reported it). The report came when I upgraded to the latest version of musescore as it is referred in the how to report a bug post, and I did that after I noticed the problem with the hairpins.
Seeing that the problem involves crescendo and decrescendo hairpins to change the figures they affect by a relatively regular amount probably tells that has something to do with the corruption, which is now corrected, but the problem remains the same.