Hello,

searching for this bug on sf using terms “accidentals + merged”,
I found only #546 said to have been solved for ages.
Still, the output doesn’t match at least /my/ expectations:
notes should either not be merged at all, or there should be
stacked accidentals indicating which one applies to which Voice.

find attached a minimal example

If I add a ! to the note on the third beat in the upper voice,
I get at least both a natural and a sharp sign, leaving it to
the reader which belongs to which Voice, but it still doesn’t
help with the case on the second beat.

regards,
Hauke Rehr (from Germany)
%{
  prints natural sign and merged g note on 2nd quarter,
  sharp and merged gis on 3rd quarter
%}
\version "2.19.58"
\new Voice \relative c'' {
  <<
    { \voiceOne c4 g4 g4 ais4 }
    \new Voice { \voiceTwo gis4 gis4 gis4 gis4 }
  >> \oneVoice
}
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