Small problem with Roman Numeral Analysis in 3.3

• Nov 2, 2019 - 21:53

RNA is working really well for what I need, with one small exception - it doesn't seem to be possible to easily enter a colon (:). This is used for indicating modulations, like in this image (which is from an older version of MuseScore, using Lyrics for RNA).

This is because colon (:) is used to move the cursor from beat to beat.

I've been able to get round this by copying and pasting a colon (:) from the clipboard, but it would be nicer if there was some way to insert a colon from the keyboard.

(I tried preceding the colon (:) with a backslash () but this doesn't work, presumably because the colon is interpreted by the cursor moving routine before it gets to where backslash would be interpreted.)


Also, I notice that although the Campania font is available inside MuseScore, it doesn't show up under "Font Settings" in Windows. Is this expected behaviour, or is there something odd about my system? (Windows 10 64-bit)

Interesting! It's not that colon itself is used in the navigation, but Shift+semicolon is, and on many if not most keyboard, that is where colon is. I suppose I could disable that for RNA. Meanwhile, though, the Special Character palette will work (see Basic Latin on the Unicode tab.

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