Daniel, sorry to re-open this. I have several more examples, but the previous thread got out of hand and was locked. Feel free to conflate the two threads if that’s better. Or just delete this post entirely…
This video shows 4 examples of jumping when the selection changes. These are just from about 10 minutes of work.
In the first three, the view jumps so that the selection is at the far left of the screen. It’s understandable, but still extremely disorienting. And the jump is unnecessary, since the selection would have remained well within the viewing area.
In the 4th example, the selection jumps entirely off-screen. The selection is clicked at bar 44, but the viewing window jumps to be centered on bar 83. Presumably it’s because bar 83 was the previous selection, as indicated in the status window at the bottom left.
I’d be happy to produce more disorienting examples along the lines of #4 if that would be helpful. Unfortunately I’m not able to reproduce any of these behaviors. They seem to occur at random times, although when they happen, I can at least understand why the jump happened.
I don’t think it’s unique to the project, but I’m posting the project here anyways, in case it can be useful.
Kyrie eleison (It Is Finished) (2).zip (746 KB)