we have discussed this before, still I don’t have a working solution yet, which isn’t a workaround.
I do a lot of copying choral music which is notated in traditional c-clefs (canto-, alto- and tenor-clef) plus bass-clef.
You can see an example on the attached picture:
I have initially setup Dorico with a 4 part choir ensemble. Then I usually change the keys to the ones of the original source.This is my way so I can easily proofread my input. When it comes to inputting the tenor part, the music is displayed an octave higher. I finish inputting the tenor part (with audio feedback in the right octave). Once I am through, I then select the complete tenor staff and move the music down an octave. This is for preparing for proofreading. Obviously I will get red note heads for notes out of range, this I can ignore. Now I will be doing the visual proofreading of that tenor line. Of course I can not „proof-listen“ at this point - as the audio is an octave too low.
Once I have finished the complete score I will eventually give the singers modern keys. At this time I will be giving the tenor a modern g-clef (with the 8), so I will have to select the tenor line and shift it into the right octave again.
If someone knows of a more streamlined way to do this?