Hey All, I wanted to start a conversation about the Adjacent Keys. I'm seeing a lot of uncommon key combinations showing up in the Adjacent Keys that I don't think should be showing up. Generally what I would want to show up as "Adjacent" (aka keys that aren't compatible, but are 'other' options) would be keys that are a HALF STEP UP, and a WHOLE STEP UP. Besides that I think all the other keys, besides the compatible keys, should not be highlighted. Here is an example, and forgive me for using Camelot Key notation, but that's what I use. MASTER DECK = E minor (9A) KEY HIGHLIGHTING is set to "Also Color Adjacent Keys" The Keys that are showing up are: Compatible Keys: Am (8A) , Em (9A) , G (9B), Bm (10A) - This is good! Adjacent Keys: Abm (1A), Ebm (2A), Gb (2B), Bbm (3A), Fm (4A), Ab (4B), Cm (5A) What should show up for Adjacent Keys should be Fm (4A), F#m (11A). There also may be some minor to major modulations that I honestly don't know about, but I would get rid of Abm, Ebm, Gb, Bbm, Ab, and Cm. You don't want people going DOWN a half step since that can be a very awkward mix and kill the vibe. So I think we should re-tune the Adjacent key system. Thoughts?