Man... I don't use Logic all that much but I keep it updated all the time. Every time I go back to using it again it seems like a totally new program and nothing is where I think it is and I have to scour the manual for the simplest of things. This time was no different but I think they've introduced some bugs that weren't there before. I'm just going over a few lead sheets I did in Logic a couple of years back and renaming a few chords and dotting some i's and crossing some t's. Is anybody else experiencing weirdness with text characters entered in the chord symbol editing window? The most consistent thing it's doing wrong right now is that a left parentheses character remains in the upper tier of the chord extension area even though that area in the chord symbol editor window is blank. As you know, there are 4 entry areas in this editor, each below the other. 1. Chord Root 2. Alternate Bass Note 3. Upper text area for chordal extensions/descriptors 4. Lower text area for chordal extensions/descriptors My most consistent problem is with #3, as described above. I.e. Even if I leave the #3 area completely blank in the editor window, after I click OK the chord symbol entered on the staff has a left parentheses character. If I change the Text Style used for chordal extensions it makes no difference, so this doesn't appear to be font related. There are several other weird things that have been going on today and maybe I'll ask about them later. Let's see what happens with this issue for now. Any help appreciated.