Sharp and flat in Chord symbols
S3 - Major
Create chord symbol (Ctrl+K default shortcut) with sharp (#), so it is changed to a code (266f).
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UPDATE: In Format/Style/Chord Symbols/Appearance, the chord symbol Style was "Custom," using the file "
When I changed the chord symbol Style to "Standard," this fixed the problem.
A similar issue had been reported on musescore.com with the flat symbol, see https://musescore.com/groups/musescore-ios/discuss/5170609
And IIRC there was a forum post too
Workaround is not to use that custom chord symbols file
Comes up more often lately
Can someone provide precise steps to reproduce this problem? I tried the following (using 4.0.1 AppImage on Linux):
Result: exactly what I expect, the # turned into a sharp sign and the "b" into a flat
I also tried saving & reloading as one of the linked threads suggested that might be involved somehow. But I couldn't get it to fail:
Came up again in https://musescore.org/en/node/344881
I can now confirm the issue. In order to reproduce, you also need to change to a custom XML file - the one specific in the original file was actually just one of the old obsolete ones, but wasn't custom.
I have gone ahead and opened a GitHub issue for this as I think I understand a little more about what is happening now. See https://github.com/musescore/MuseScore/issues/16363