Extra whitespace around flat symbol in chords when using custom fonts
When I change the font of a chord from the default FreeSerif font to almost any another font (FreeSans being a notable exception), flat symbols in chords are rendered with extra whitespace on either side.
Steps to reproduce:
- Select a note and press Ctrl+K to enter a chord.
- Type in a chord that contains a flat symbol, such as “Bbm” (for B♭m).
- In the Inspector, change the chord's font to something else, such as Times New Roman.
- Observe that the flat symbol now has extra whitespace on either side.
I've briefly played with the various XML files in the
styles folder (such as
chords_std.xml), but can't figure out how to fix or even work around this problem.
It's worth noting that this problem does not occur with sharp symbols in chords.
Version information: OS: Windows 10 (10.0), Arch.: x86_64, MuseScore version (64-bit): 126.96.36.19929, revision: 2e7a18c