Is there a known bug when using trills on transposing instruments in a condensed score?
I am working on a passage in which there are two clarinets playing sustained notes in the same rhythm, but one of them is trilling while the other is not. Everything is fine in concert pitch and transposed pitch before condensing and also fine when condensed in concert pitch. However, when I turn on condensing while set to transposed pitch, the interval indications for the trills seem to be bugged. It is not just a problem with the file I’m working on (which was converted from Dorico 2.2) because I was able to recreate the issue in a freshly created test project.
When trill interval appearance is set to auxiliary note, the functionality is completely broken. The auxiliary note always appears as C5 in treble clef and has an accidental pertaining to whatever the accidental of the trill in concert pitch would be.
When trill interval appearance is set to accidental, it seems to incorrectly convert the trill accidentals that change due to the transposition. For example, if I have a clarinet in B-flat playing a concert D that trills up a whole step, when I turn on transposition, the trill fails to display a sharp although the written transposed trill should read between E and F#.
Here is a small Dorico file here where the issue is occurring: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AoovrKvq1Qrmg4lhDZmi2BpFdgff_Q?e=4RRt4I