I would encourage you to upgrade your Trill.test references to Trill.ms. I "upgraded" the object to Trill.ms a long time ago, and there has been at least one bug fix that you won't have in Trill.test. I don't have a copy of that file anymore, so I had to rename the object in your clip so it would display, so I could see what was incorrect (I also had to add the Ottavamatic.ms to the start of the clip, since it looks like you missed that in your copy/paste.)
In any event, I think I have a solution to your problem:
- Go to the properties for the Ottavamatic.ms object, and check the box that is labeled "Include Rests".
- Insert an invisible grace rest after the final note in your trill, and increase the trill's span count by 1.
I've pasted those changes here:
!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.75,Single)Let me know if that's the effect you were after.