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It depends how the GP file is authored. In Guitar Pro, if a note on fret 2 is authored and then made into a string muted note, it is a string muted note on fret 2. If the author instead just pressed the X key to author a string mute, the note is authored in the GP file as a string muted open note.

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The issue is that since the E5 chord is fully string muted and follows another chord, it is included in that previous chord's handshape. This is intentional default behavior to reduce on-screen clutter, but it does mean that the fingering doesn't change to reflect playing the muted chord at fret 3. You can force EOF to export it that way by marking the first of each of the offending groups of string muted chords to be "crazy" (ie. select it and use "Note>Toggle crazy"). This will make EOF export the string muted chords in a separate handshape that reflects the E5 chord instead of the open note chord that precedes them.

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