Could someone please help me with adding a warning to a score that the note following is the enharmonic equivalent of the note just played. Here is a picture - it is the little stemless note in brackets that I would like to add.
By sheer coincidence, I had the same question only a few minutes after FergusB, so I followed the workaround, but - under the circumstances that I want the cautionary before the next note rather than after the previous one - a lyric extender line appeared in the previous bar:
I can hide it using Engrave mode (though it still shows in Write), but why is it there in the first place? It’s as if the grace note is being treated as if tied to the B natural, and is still there if I select ‘Grace note before barline’ in Engrave mode:
Grace notes are ‘notes’ for the purposes of Lyrics, so yes, you’ll need to stop the extension line, either by entering the syllable and pressing Escape instead of moving on; or by editing it after the fact in Engrave mode.
Adding a hard space as a lyric for the grace note itself might be another option.
@benwiggy : Many thanks. You provided me with enough information, so that I could achieve what I wanted, but still had to look up how to hide a stem, and turn off playback. For me, that is so much better than providing step-by-step instructions to follow blindly. It helps me learn more of the app.
@Janus, in my project, I did put the grace note in a different voice. I found that it wasn’t possible to remove the rests following the grace note (using the Edit> Remove Rests menu item). I shrunk it to 1% which has the same effect.
Is this because a grace note has to be attached to something - either a rest or a note?