Beaming compound-time 2020-12-23 01:55 pm I manually make a Noteworthy file comprising a minim then a crotchet, in a 6:8 time signature. This should strictly be shown as a dotted crotchet tied to a following quaver at the same pitch, then the crotchet, but I do it wrongly by hand. Then I export it as a MIDI file. NOTE THAT this will comprise only the time signature and note lengths and pitches. No direct beaming information will be contained in the MIDI file.When I import the MIDI file again, using 'detect compound time' where appropriate, Noteworthy still shows it as a minim plus a crotchet. This is fundamentally wrong. Obviously I can edit the file and correct it by hand, but then I could have written the music score with a quill if I had wanted; doing it automatically is why I bought Noteworthy.Importing other files from other sources demonstrates the same problem.Is there a way I can persuade Noteworthy to follow the established rules of music notation - or is that an expectation too far?