Octave jumping when switching accidentals

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Octave jumping when switching accidentals

David Bolton-2
Changing accidentals for the note C makes the note drop an octave.

1. Enter the note C (any octave)
2. Press the flat sign
3. Press the double flat or accidental sign and the selected note will
drop an octave

Sometimes the sharp sign also displays this behavior but not every time.
Some switching makes the note jump up an octave but most make it jump
down an octave.


With the note B toggling the sharp sign on and off makes the note jump
an octave, as does the double sharp sign. There may be other instances
of octave jumping but I have not come across it yet.

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David Bolton
http://davidbolton.info


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