I have this measure in a score:
A the beginning we have F double sharp, and after that there is natural on this F##. I play that as F#.
It sounds as it ought to and it is logical to me that one natural neutralises one sharp. But I am interested, what is today's common practice for indicating something like that?
It is said here that people put natural followed by a sharp to indicate F## -> F#, but in the comments they also say that such marking is obsolete and redundant, but they don't say what is the modern approach.
Is there some definite modern rule that says how to indicate, for example, C## to C#, Cbb to Cb, and also C## to C, and Cbb to C?
EDIT: I haven't mentioned this, Musescore will play this as F. So, in Musescore, this natural resets note completely. EDIT2: I haven't mentioned very important fact, the piece is in the key of E Major, so it already contains F# as a "base" note.