I am interested how far has Dorico gone in its development, concerning some of advanced, nonstandard aspects of notation.
I am not interested in the playback.
These would include:
- completely independent bar-lines (even invisible);
- independent time-signatures;
- single time signatures (such as 2, 3, 4…);
- independently move notes and keep them fixed (optically);
- independently move notes and keep them fixed (proportionally);
- independently move: note-heads, stems, beams, accidentals and flags to any X/Y position off from the default (optically);
- transpose quarter-tones accordingly to the transposition;
- parenthesised trill notes, single and multiple, transposable;
- use any font inside of the software, particularly for creating lines and curves;
- slurs across layers/voices/instrument staves;
- apply various spacing algorithms for selected measures/beats only;
- hide any object, including parts of notes such as stems, flags, etc.;
- change font, symbol and size of any object (excluding lines and curves);
- add brackets and braces between staves at any position.