Additional videos for the technical support :
When the notes are touching, Legato Overlap isn’t applied unless we touch the Scale Legato slider :
When there is a gap prior to applying Legato, it works directly :
In either case, note that the Scale Legato slider (0 to 100) is completely buggy and does not work as expected.
It is supposed to scale the Overlap based on its value, set by the slider just below, but this is not the case.
In fact, that scale is applied to the distance between the notes End and the following notes Start, prior to applying the Legato. This distance can be a gap or an overlap.
In the first video, we can see that the Scale Legato isn’t working at all, because there is nothing to scale. The notes end are on the same tick as the next notes start, so there is no distance value.
In the second video, we see that the Scale Legato is working, but in reality applies based on the gap distance, although on the video I unintentionally made the gap roughly the same length as the 240 ticks overlap value, so it is hard to see, but you can verify this with bigger or smaller gaps. I may change the video so we can see better.
In other words, 100 will correspond to the Overlap value, and 0 will be the Overlap minus the gap.
So, it does not scale the legato at all, which is the issue, yet this slider is called, Scale Legato, and it is even explained in the Operation Manual !
Also, when the notes are already overlapping (up to a certain limit), the Legato Overlap length is added to the original overlap, instead of replacing it, causing the notes to be abnormally long, as shown in the following video.
(If the initial overlap is too long, then no Legato Overlap will be applied at all, and the Scale Legato will not work)
The Scale Legato (0 to 100 range) simply does not scale the Legato at all, it is malfunctioning, and instead scales based on the existing gaps or overlaps prior to applying Legato, which is absolutely not the expected behavior.
The expected behavior is that the Scale Legato setting should scale the applied Legato based on the selected Overlap value, which is exactly what it is supposed to do if we refer to the Operation Manual.
Such bugs should get fixed as soon as possible.
The slider is only called Scale Legato.
I think it must be renamed to be more explicit, like Scale Length/Legato, to reflect what it really is supposed to do.
The –100 to 0 range is the Scale Length, which scales the notes length. That one is working fine, how surprising ?
The 0 to 100 range is the Scale Legato, which scales the Overlap length.
It really should be updated so people know what they are actually tweaking.