If the notes are within a whole step, you can use this for the playing staff:
Adding a performance style of legato can help as well:
I think there is a very brief silence between non-slurred or non-tied notes when no performance style is selected.
That silence lengthens to half the note time value when staccato is selected
For base durations (IOW, ignore augmentation dots) of an eighth note and longer, staccato notes are off far longer than they are on, For base durations of an sixteenth note and shorter, they are off ~1/3 of the total duration.
I wonder how I can improve the looks of sustained, slurred of tied notes when there is a first ending with a master repeat followed by a second ending. The first notes of first measure of the second ending consist of those tied notes.
My trick: I invent a note of the same pitch, put its visibility to "never", and its sound to "mute". I give it a slur/tie as well. Then I put the notes that need to be seen and heard. In printing it looks a bit like I want it to be. However, the slur/tie looks a bit too "short".
The slur in the last measure starts in an awkward place.
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