Removing instrument change on first note corrupts transposition
I've just have very strange behaviour while entering a new score (I hope it's not a duplicate, I don't know which keywords to search... ;-) )
I started a new score with Beta 2.0 (win7), with one barisax, and then entered the first notes "4 a a b b c c d d 5 e". Then I played a little bit with the title, added a "instrument" text, removed it, etc. Then I wanted to add a dot to the last 'e' (-> dotted 4th): the note jumped spontaneously two octaves below from E3 to E1!
Undo (Ctrl-Z) and retry to put a dot, it happened again.
Undo and saved the file.
Reopened the file: the E that was a E3 before saving&closing has now become a E1. :-(
I don't exactly what I did to reach this state, I can't reproduce it. But going on editing; I found another similar strange behaviour that is reproducible.
- Open this score.
- Select the first bar and 'copy' it
- paste it in the 5th bar
- shift it one half-tone up (Up arrow)
- the 'A's, 'C's and 'D's are shifted correctly, but the 'B's are shifted to the C one octave lower! :-(
Who has dared to put an imp in my musescore??? ;-)
It's also reproducible in nightly 0dfcac4 (from Friday)