Thanks for all the helping answers, very useful. The simplest way for me is, when I want a A-F#-D chord, I make a A-F-D chord with the virtual keyboard, not a F# but a F, right click on the F, select accidentals and select Sharp. Thanks a lot!
Hi all, I’ve a question about Notewhorty (2.75) sharps and flats. Most of the time I write music for (church)organ, it works fine. I use the keyboard of Notewhorty and my mouse to write the music. But there is one thing I do not understand. In the example attached, I want the F#+A but Notewhorty set it automatically to G-flat+A. It is not possible to change it. With my mouse I select multiply notes to make chords in one layer. A single note I can change from flat to sharp with the symbols but multiply notes not.
Is there a possibility to write music in G minor, attached example, and make a G-flat a F-Sharp?
I’ve searched the forum but I can’t find a solution for this.