Shortcut key missing - "Apply current palette element"
MuseScore 3 had the option to assign a shortcut key for "Apply current palette element" – a VERY useful feature for repeating, say, pedal marks at the press of a key.
In MuseScore 4, this option seems to have been removed from [Edit]>[Preferences]>[Shortcuts].
Am I right? If so, this is not good. Functionality should never be removed from a program once it has been added at an earlier stage.
Can you please reinstate the feature in the next update, or point me towards an alternative method?
It's in the works: see https://github.com/musescore/MuseScore/issues/13281
Future developments: https://musescore.org/en/user/3638616/blog
A very important shortcut, also for reasons of accessibility.
Workaround for Windows - using AutoHotkey and unique identifiers for palette elements:
I wrote this for MuseScore 3.6.2. In MSc4. missing the shortcut, the macro must click on the hotspot of the single shown palette element.
In reply to It's in the works: see https… by MichLeon