Some questions about Tempo changes:
How do i enter custom gradual tempo changes with the popover or at all? I need something that is not in the standard list and don’t see a way to either enter or change a standard tempo mark to a gradual one…?
In german i need something like “sehr zurückhalten bis Takt 423” and “nach und nach mehr drängen” which in general are “variations” of rit. and accel.
Is there a way to prevent Dorico generally from setting a metronome mark when it recognizes a typed word in a custom tempo mark like “non troppo Allegro” … (which i want to set in an “Allegretto” context and not with q=140, in fact it should not change the tempo at all)
Is there a way to override the behaviour, that when i write “Tempo I” or “a tempo” i can’t add a metronome marking to it ?
I don’t want to use these pre-configured tempo marks at all, as i almost never use one of them.
Can i edit them, delete them all and only show up the ones i really use and need? The list is completely crowded with useless words and even worse, the auto-recognition always messes up my playback tempos.