Editing a score makes the first barline of the next page unconnected

• Apr 16, 2022 - 13:01
Reported version
S4 - Minor
  1. Edit a piano score, e.g. change a note.
  2. The first barline of the next page gets unconnected. It goes back to normal if you click it, or you save the score.
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In reply to by Jojo-Schmitz

Title Editing a piano score makes the first barline of the next page unconnected Editing a score makes the first barline of the next page unconnected

why do you want a score, I told you it occurs extremely randomly, uploading a score wouldn't help, since it occurs with every score, not just piano scores
if the bar spacing changes, I can't reproduce it consistently
is it just a protocol that you're forced to blindly follow, even if there's no use for it

And clear steps to reproduce mean, including one of the scores it happens with. It happens exactly never with any of my scores. Probably there is some unique property of your scores - the template they were all created from, being imported from MusicXML or another format, particular style settings you use, some particular uncommon command you have used in the editing - hard to say without seeing the score itself. Armed with a score where you've seen it happen, we can at least try to randomly poke around, but no amount of poking around will reproduce it with any of my own scores. So we need you to help us reproduce the problem - it's not just a formality but a practical necessity if we are to be able to investigfate.

Status needs info active

Thanks for the score. Only thing that jumps out at me as possibly somehow being a relevant unique aspect is the extra bracket for the two violins. But I played around for a few minutes and was able to come up with steps to reproduce:

1) open the score
2) select measure 1 of the first violin part
3) enter note input mode
4) type "C C C"

As soon as you type the third C (which enters a note in bar 3), the barlines on the string staves in measure 7 (first measure of next page) become disconnected temporarily.