First of all, to make my point clear, I am not talking about the properties panel, but the part below, close to left lower corner:
Here you can see »Tempo, sofortig
« which accords to the highlighted q=66.
But: q=66 is no »sofortiger Tempowechsel«, has nothing to do with »Tempo, sofortig«, Adagio or Moderato would do.
=66 should be labeled as »Text Metronomangaben«
q should be labeled as »Musikschrift Metronomangaben« (both according to the edit dialog)
but Tempo sofortig is something completely different (not under the hood, but in terms of engraving!).
The same here:
You can see the highlighted Snare Drum (Kl. Tr.)
But there is no label at the bottom at all. This means: there is no hint which sort of text I have used in order to edit it later. Its a staff text (shift-x), but after days and weeks you can’t remember this anymore. Why there is no label at the bottom of the window?
Next to Kl. Tr. there is »-> Vibraphon«. At the bottom its labeled as »Instrumentenwechsel« but in the paragraph style edit dialog its called »Instrumentenänderungs-Beschriftung«. Thats inconsistent, too. I know, that I can change the name of a paragraph style – but there shouldn’t be a need to get rid of inconsistent labelings.
BTW It would be cool, if a change in a dialog windows (edit paragraphs and edit text styles) shows the result in the score immediately, not only after pressing ok and closing the window. If the change is too big or too small or wrong or whatever, you have to click on Engrave – Text Styles again and start the procedure again and so on. Thats slo-mo …
Last point: my initial problem.
q=66 is a combination of metronomic text styles, we know.
q=255 1/2 is a system text (shift-alt-x)
I have to set the different text styles for q=66 to about 22pt (absolute) to get the same size as q=255, which is 14pt (absolute). Thats REALLY inconsistent!