I am taking a Jazz Harmony course, and the prof recommended I increase the size of the accidentals (ex. the ♭ in G7(♭9)). He also liked the Finale Jazz fonts and not the Dorico ones. MuseJazz emulates the Finale Jazz font pretty closely, so I added the MuseJazz bravura font into Dorico and am using JazzText for chord symbols (since I also own an older Finale, which has JazzText bundled).
To make the flat symbol larger for the (♭9) in the chord symbol editor I found the “♭9” was one unit (instead of the ♭ and 9 being separate), and after double-clicking on the “♭9” part to open it in the glyph editor, I had to delete the combined “♭9” glyph and add the separate units “♭” and “9”. I did that successfully, and that changed the appearance of that chord symbol. However, I quickly found that it did not affect the appearance of the other G7(♭9) chord symbols in the piece. I also cannot copy and paste my updated G7(♭9) symbol anywhere else. I can take the original G7(♭9) chord symbol with the smaller “♭” and copy and paste it elsewhere, but not the one I modified with the larger “♭”. I assume I have happened across some sort of corner case bug due to the way I am doing this edit.
My modified G7(♭9) chord symbol is at the end of bar 16 - I cannot copy and paste it to other bars, if I paste it shows no chord symbol there. The original G7(♭9) symbol is at the end of bar 20 - that one I can copy and paste and the chord symbol appears where I paste.
Piano Voicing Exercise adding extensions.zip (479 KB)