Fermata over tremolo
Can a way to add a fermata over a two-note tremolo be added? That's the only correct way of notating a fermata in that instance, but there's no way to do it except putting it over one of the notes and offsetting it to the left or right—which only works until Musescore suddenly decides to collapse or expand the width of the measure and makes it look wrong again. Obviously the playback doesn't accommodate it either, although that's a secondary concern.
Put "fermata" on both notes. And set "Time-stretch" to the same value for both.
In reply to Put "fermata" on both notes… by Ziya Mete Demircan
That makes the playback sound like it should, but then the score is notated incorrectly. It wouldn't be printable or readable by real musicians trying to play it.
In reply to That makes the playback… by AFlatMinor
make one of the fermatas invisible, select it and press v, and move the other one if it's not where you want it using the inspector's x offset.
In reply to make one of the fermatas… by mike320
That's exactly the same problem as I mentioned in the original post but with an extra step. The x offset works until Musescore automatically messes with the measure size. The main issue is that these are all workarounds for something that should be pretty basic, since it's required for correct music notation but isn't possible within the program's current parameters.
In reply to That's exactly the same… by AFlatMinor
Engraving is getting a major renovation for version 4. We'll see how much better is works when that's released.
In reply to Engraving is getting a major… by mike320
Yeah, let's hope they take details like this into account.