Allow [Q] and [W] to work on a range selection
1) Copy a chord (several simultaneous notes in 1 voice) and paste it anywhere, then keep it selected and use [Q] or [W] to change the duration. It fails.
2) select a single notehead of the chord and try the same. It works, but for the whole chord.
This is not only contradivtive behaviour but it disturbs: When pasting a chord repeatedly into several rythmic spaces, we want to adjust the duration using Q and W which is very practical and efficient. Please enable Q and W.
3) pasting single notes, the duration automatically adapts to the elength of pause sign or previous note, this is good. Pasting a melody (several subsequent notes) ths length does not adapt, this is good. But pasting a chord the duration should adapt, because these notes are of a single temporal moment and should behave like a single note. Or at least enable Q and W.
Version 18.104.22.168xxx Windows 8.1, 64 Bit
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Selecting a note and using [Q] and [W] changes its duration. This is very practical but fails to work on chords, (more than 1 simultaneous note in one voice). It works when selecting only one note of the chord, but after copying and pasting a chord, all chord-notes are seleted and it should then work.
2) SImilar: pasting single notes from the clipboard, the duration adapts to the duration of present pause sign or note. This is wanted. But pasting notes of a chord, they do not adapt. It should behave same. (pasting a group of subsequent notes, durations have to stay of course)..