Everything works right, but one small change could be helpful for the work flow.
When editing for right and left hand, I for one spend as much time deleting as entering guitar fingerings.
There is a small inconsistency in how that works. You have to remember what it is and where it is. I wish it didn’t exist.
Consider deleting a series of left-hand fingerings. When you do the first fingering of the series, you must delete the character that you find to the right of the cursor. For subsequent fingerings in the series, you must delete the character that is to the left of the cursor. You have to remember to switch from one side to the other, but only when doing left hand fingerings. Right hand fingerings work differently.
For all of the right-hand fingerings of a series, you find each and every successive character to be to the right of or directly beneath the cursor. Either way, the same keyboard stroke deletes the character. That’s really nice.
If the initial relative positions of the cursor and characters could be always the same, it would make editing easier.
I wish that they all worked like the routine for editing right hand fingerings.
Lots of examples are attached.
Prelude.dorico.zip (1.32 MB)