I’d like to ask the team that, when they’re to revisit the glyph editor, both for playing techniques and musical symbols, that one gains the ability to
— change the attachment to another element other than the preceding. I understand why you chose this to be the default behavior, but it hinders the setting up of more complex playing techniques;
— just swap a glyph, instead of deleting and adding a new one;
— absolute positioning, in addition to the current relative positioning now in place;
— simply switch off attachment lines, as well as handles and maybe even the grid;
— (also, is the grid size related to any measurement in the score? If not — and if we’re unable to eventually change the grid size —, it seems less useful than it could be;)
— more zoom options or a better way to get around the canvas: when putting together more complex figures — or very frequently when using imported vectors —, you simply cannot fit everything into the canvas.
— Also, having human readable names for composites and styles (although one gets along fine as it is now) and being able to name user-made composites.
As usual, feel free to pile on, community.