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    Default Double sharp Double flat??

    Hi. Could you add Double sharp Double flat symbol???

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    Do you mean for the chord symbols or where?
    (We have double flats and double sharps in the chord scales library where they make sense to be used.)

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    I can't type D#/F## chord

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    Thank you for the clarification.

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    Could you just type Eb/G?

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    the key is G# minor. the dominant V7 is D#, it isn't Eb. and if you want the bass on the third is F##

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    I got your point.
    I'm getting also some weird chord spelling when using the transpose button. The song ended up having a mix of sharps and flats in chords such as Ab/D#.
    I've reported this issue at that time, but I guess they have other priorities

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    Also, it might not be simple to add double sharps and flats because of spacing consideration. For ex. when having complex chords such as Db7b9#11 on every beat in a bar, the space is already very tight even when using the small font.
    They probably would need to redesign the entire font. I doubt this will happen anytime soon

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    In classical music you can replace ## for X

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    How about the double flats? Any substitute character?

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