Chord symbol entry issue after upgrade to musescor 4.01
Since the most recent upgrade I find it much more difficult to enter chord symbols. Previously by pressing "enter", you would automatically be moved forward to the next bar and stay in chord symbol entry mode. Alternatively with "space" you could move forward note by note. Is there anything that I need to enter in to the short cut menue?
Enter, not Tab? Anyway, it is Ctrl+Right now
In reply to Enter, not Tab? Anyway, it… by Jojo-Schmitz
Cmd+Right doesn't work for me, neither does Enter or Tab for that matter.
In reply to Cmd+Right doesn't work for… by beanfeastbeat
On some Macs this indeed has been reported before
In reply to On some Macs this indeed has… by Jojo-Schmitz
Confirmed here on MacOS Ventura 13.1
In Chord entry (Command k) none of the mentioned keystrokes advance the chord entry position.
Tab highlights various portions of the U, in succession: Home menu, Parts, Rewind, Undo, Pencil ... Even from an accessibility point of view I'm not sure how logical that is.
In reply to Confirmed here on MacOS… by scorster
I think Ctrl+right is really a step backwards from using TAB to move to the next measure. Really clunky. Why change something that works great and make a one-key command a two key command?
In reply to I think Ctrl right is really… by GRDMedford
Because Tab is the common key for accessibility
In reply to Because Tab is the common… by Jojo-Schmitz
Ah, that is understandable!
In reply to Ah, that is understandable! by GRDMedford
Yes, some of these changes have pretty good reasons ;-)
Here it is consistency, esp. for visually impaired, vs. finger memory. The former won