In the "new" NWC, no target accidental is required, which is an improvement. <snip> if you bring an old score into any version since this change was made, the target accidentals all unhide themselves and show up blatantly
-- rg_ZapTieDestAlterations.Lua ver 1.0 User Tool <http://nwsw.net/-f9323>local playContext = nwcPlayContext.new()for item in nwcut.items() do for np in item:AllNotePositions() do if playContext:FindTieIndex(np) then np.Accidental = '' end end playContext:put(item) nwcut.writeline(item)end
Thanks, Rick - looks good for the future. Unfortunately, I'm past that point with the current piece. The damage has already been done. And "Audit Accidentals" still needs to be either fixed or removed.
This morning I came across a place in the piano part where the right hand plays two D's an octave apart, the upper one a D-flat, the lower one a D-natural, both marked with accidentals. The very next note in the right hand is another D, supposed to be played natural.
This is an architectural quirk of NWC. Note accidentals apply in all octaves within the bar. The way to avoid the problem at present is to always use the correct accidental in all other octaves of that same named note after you use an accidental in one octave of the named note.
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