How do you figure an accented passing note in the bass, specifically when the harmony changes?
If you have non-chord tones in the bass following a figuring, it's easy to show the same harmony continues, just by using a dash. In this simple example, the implicit 5/3 chord continues as the bass moves to the unaccented passing-note E:
But what about the following example? Here the harmony moves to a first inversion F major chord, but has an accented passing-note in the bass at the point where the harmony changes:
You can't put a dash, because it isn't a continuation of the 5/3 C major chord on beat 1. The continuo player needs to know that the harmony changes on beat 2, as they are realising the harmony from the figured-bass alone. But I don't see how you figure this B, because it isn't the harmony note.