thank you so much for creating this wonderful notation software - in many aspects it’s fun to work with!
Of course there are still many things to do…
I’ve found the above mentioned bug and have recorded it, but can not upload it here (mp4). I work with changing of voices for a conductor’s score (get two separate stemmed voices together to two voices with one stem). One of the most important things here is to safe vertical space… When I use the number 1. for the first player and move it horizontally in write mode in order to avoid horizontal stacking of items, the distance of staves on the next page (!) becomes bigger and bigger with each horizontal movement of the number.
On another occasion it cumulated to this:
As well I encounter the above mentioned “whack-a-mole-disease” quite often, but lack the time to document it in detail. It seemed to be random for me, but I’ll try to find a rule.
There are a lot of tasks for the programmers to do in order to improve the workflow of Dorico; when I work with voices like I described it above, I have to do four mouse clicks (no key command available here) to change the first voice with stems down to the first with stems up every time (which is quite often in a whole score), and that is only one example.
And many tasks in Dorico you can only achieve with using the mouse, which is annoyingly hindering the workflow - one of the most important things for a professional notesetter at all…
Please focus on that - if you’d like to know more, I can send you a list in german where I document these many little time consumers (Windows 7 x64, Dorico 18.104.22.1680).