I am notating a piece of handbell music. Standard notation for handbell music is to put middle C in the bass clef. I have some 8th note chords in Layer 2 of the treble clef that contain middle C, and need to move the middle C to the bass clef (only the middle C, not the entire chord). When I move the Cs to the bass clef via Note Mover Cross Staff, all of the stems get elongated and interfere with the notes already in the bass clef (Layer 1), which I expected.
When I then use the Reverse Stem tool, the other notes in the same chord as the Cs suddenly have no stems, which I did NOT expect.
If I then use the Beam Stem Adjust tool to lengthen the C's stem and attach it to the other notes in the chord, the note heads are on the wrong side of the stem. I can NOT figure out how to get those noteheads on the other side of the stem!
Edited to add: this is a recurring figure, so I'm hoping the fix isn't something that has to be done manually to each notehead!
Mac OS Big Sur 11.6.5 (20G527)
MacBook Air (M1, 2020)