Cdl. Cajetan's early 16th cen. commentary on an article of St. Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologica:
adhuc Romana Ecclesia coram Summo Pontifice non utitur [organum].
until now the Roman Church does not use an organ in the presence of the Supreme Pontiff.
Does this mean an organ is now used in the presence of the pope, when before it was not?
Lewis & Short says adhuc means
hitherto, thus far (designating the limit, inclusive of the whole space traversed
But is the present included when adhuc is followed by a negative clause?