Michael:

No problem.  It's just something I ran into, and wondered about.

I didn't realize you could select notes, and transpose just the selected 
notes.  Thanks for pointing that out.

- Aere


On 10/15/2016 04:50 PM, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> On 09/12/2016 01:48 PM, Aere Greenway wrote:
>
>> Wouldn't it be better to assume the lesser complexity (5 flats rather
>> than 7 sharps)?
> Transpose up, go for sharps.  Transpose down, go for flats.  That's the
> usual idea.
>
> Transposed how?  There might be a dozen different ways.
>
> So let's just look at the problem this way.  I have a blurb in C I want
> to put in Db.  Can I do that?
>
> Segment -> Add Key Change -> diddle controls...  works fine.
>
> Adjust -> Transpose -> Transpose by interval... only works after
> manually selecting all events, does not change key signature, but works
> fine otherwise.
>
> Segment -> Transpose by interval...  This yields the weird result you
> described.  Sharp key signature, mixture of flat and sharp accidentals.
> Pretty much all to hell.
>
> Stuff like this interests me but I am drowning in work right now.  My
> advice is to use what works and skip what's broken for the time being.
>


-- 
Sincerely,
Aere


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