Flats in the piano roll when? It's called an Enharmonic equivalent, meaning that it is the same sounding note. They're named differently for a reason though.
I haven't complained about anything in FL Studio for years, but this is honestly really bad and is actually limiting the musical understanding of a whole new generation. I'm not even kidding or exaggerating either. Sharps and Flats and key signatures etc. are a fundamental thing that is now being ignored by programmers who mostly don't actually make music or understand music theory.
Sorry for shots fired, but this is serious mum.
Flats are just as important as sharps, and the whole chord helpers and clone stamp stuff is technically wrong. 20 years now, and we don't have flats? C'mon IL, you know I love you all but this is honestly basic stuff, you learn it in the first couple of music lessons as a child or beginner learning to read music.
GIVE US FLATS PLEASE!
(thank you for time sigs finally btw)
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