enharmonic spelling - again 2002-12-29 11:04 pm This subject has been raised several times over the years. Noteworthy has improved, and it's getting tantalisingly close with 1.75, but it's still not there.In minor keys particularly the spelling of the accidental is often different from the key signature - for example, in D minor, the key is flat, but the most common accidental is C#, and the spelling of Db makes no sense at all.The "audit enharmonic spelling" function favors either all flats or all sharps and toggles between them. That's great for D minor if C# is the ONLY accidental, but as soon as you add anything that needs to be flattened, it's a problem. I've been working with a piece in C major, but with frequent accidentals C#, F#, G# and Bb (most common), so no matter what spelling I choose, I still need to go through and manually correct 150 bars with 12 staves. This is a very simple search and substitution issue, something computers are very good at and humans are notoriously bad at.I had hoped that the new FIND function would help, but I couldn't find a way to search for "any C#".Why can't the enharmonic spelling function have an option to specify "preferred spellings"?