I've been using Logic for years and have printed many scores from it for both jazz and classical musicians, so I know it quite well. One thing that I often have to spend huge amounts of time on is fixing Logic's tendency to display close voicings in an unreadable way. I'm wondering if there is a solution I don't know about here. I'll explain what I mean. Say I take a common jazz chord like D Major 7 #11 and I want to voice the #11 next to the five (again a common occurrence in jazz) ie D, F#, G#, A, C# Score will display both G# and the A as one note on the staff with a # and natural sign next to it. I find that most musicians, both classical and Jazz, will make a mistake with this and end up missing out one of the notes or play the wrong notes. Also it means you cannot select the notes individually in the score by clicking on and dragging them. And, this behaviour is not consistent, if I transpose this chord to to D#, D# or C all the notes are displayed, up to E and again they are not. Why Logic should do this I can't imagine. It is possible to force Logic to display close voicings properly by selecting notes (sometimes using piano roll to do so) and enharmonically shifting them. I spend many hours on larger scores correcting all these by finding them all and enharmonically shifting them one at a time. Is there a way to turn off this "feature" of not displaying all the notes in close voicings? Thanks for any help.