I've not seen this mentioned on the list and Google's not finding it,
Would it be possible to make nslider a little more savvy about
spelling? If we could at least set it to spell to a key, so if I were
in, say Bb major I would see C C# D Eb F F# G Ab A Bb B.
If we had the 12 major keys with their "harmonic" minor variants to
choose from, that would alleviate a lot of the problems. I'm
currently staring a Dom-7ths on C spelled with an A# and it's driving
I won't ask for complete implementation of all notation spelling
rules (as per Gardner Read & Co.) because there are things that go
beyond the rules. Even "smart" notation programs like Finale and
Sibelius don't always get it right. I'm just hoping for a middle
ground a tad smarter than the current always-use-sharps strategy.
The fact that I'm publically admitting to even looking at a dominant
seventh indicates just how frustrating the current nslider is.
Je vous remercie pour votre attention,
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