"Note Names" plugin not translated in MuseScore 4
S4 - Minor
since musescore 4 the "note names" plugin displays the note names according to the anglosaxon system (A B C...). I tried to change the preferences, even for chords, but I didn't find the solution. In musescore 3.5 no problem you can display the note names according to the french system (do ré mi...)
But I guess I know why: that plugin refers to MuseScore's translations of these, and those now probably have a different context, so the plugin would need to get change to reference the now correct context
I will look into this, next week.
It is an issue with MuseScore itself too, as that since quite long includes this plugin here.
The plugin uses the “InspectorAmbitus" context, that works in Mu3, but apparently not in Mu4
Context should probably get changed to "action"
Need to check whether this also works for Mu3, for this plugin only, not for the one that comes with MuseScore though.
See also #341149: Note Names plugin not translated
Most of the needed strings just don't exist in Mu4 anymore, so far I only found
and the ones from the Edit Pitch dialog, C, C#, D, Eb, E, F, F#, G, Ab, A, Bb and B
and assorted stuff like Db from Instruments (here for Db Piccolo flute)
None of the double flat and double sharp notes
So just reusing MuseScore strings and translations doesn't seem to (fully) work anymore.
And maintaining an own set of translations is way more work than I'm prepered to do...
I miss this feature too, I hope it can be fixed soon :)
I would also like for this feature to be fixed as it was very helpful for me.
here's a partial fix
I've just pushed that partial fix to the GitHub repository and therefor also to the Plugin repository, so now at least C, C♯, D♭, D, D♯, E♭, E, F, F♯, G, G♯, A, A♯, B♭, and B are getting translated.
Missing are C♭, E♯, F♭, G♭ and B♯ as well as all douple-sharp and double-flat ones.
Except for German, which is translated completly ;-)