Display anomaly, slurs - MuseScore 3.6.1

• Jan 27, 2021 - 19:33

Linux AppImage - Version/OS:
MuseScore 3.6.1 OS: Linux Mint 20.1, Arch.: x86_64, MuseScore version (64-bit):, revision: d0fc8e9

This is a fairly minor issue regarding the display of cross-staff slurs in the Linux AppImage of MuseScore 3.6.1

These slurs, in measures 51-52 of the attached piano score, were created for some cross-staff note sequences. Automatic placement was deselected, and slurs were positioned and adjusted manually. This is how they are displayed in Page View, Continuous View, and Single Page

** Page view (correctly displayed as created and manually adjusted)

** Continous View

** Single Page


It's pretty normal that manually adjusted elements will only retain that exact appearance in the view you made the adjustment in - in other views, much about the defaults will be different that the same manual adjustments will produce different results. This isn't new with 3.6.1, it's just how it is.

It is a bit unusual for things to look much different in page vs single page view, but that's believable for cross-staff slurs and other things that live across multiple staves and thus need to be laid out later in the process than normal elements.

Do you still have an unanswered question? Please log in first to post your question.