On 02/27/2013 09:03 AM, Jaap Winius wrote:
> But, selecting these two notes first seems not to be possible.
I can't even compile 10.04, so there is no way for me to confirm or deny
whether it had a strange selection bug. There were selection bugs
involving using keyboard shortcuts to extend selections, bugs involving
selections with tied notes, and bugs involving selections in the matrix
that have all been fixed since then. A selection bug in 10.04 is possible.
Using 13.02, I'm having absolutely no problems selecting notes on either
side of a bar line and tying them together. It is worth noting,
however, that the first time I tried this, I wasn't thinking at all, and
I tried to tie two notes that weren't at the same pitch! That failed,
of course, because a tie is only possible on notes that are the same pitch.
> Another seemingly relevant menu option -- Adjust / Notes / Tie Notes at
> Barlines -- seems not to work either.
That option works, but it doesn't do what you think it does. That is
for the case where, for example, you have a bar of 4/4 that has a half
note on the last beat. A bar like that will be drawn with a red bar
line instead of a black one, showing you that the contents of the bar
don't add up correctly. In that case, it contains five beats. The tie
notes at bar lines function will split that half note into two tied
quarter notes, extending one of them into the next measure, and
resolving the red bar line.
D. Michael McIntyre