Just got a large screened iPad Pro and Dorico for iPad has come alive for me!
I’m using Apple Pencil only as a more precise finger alternative. I’d love to see “Scribble” integration but that’s already been discussed.
My problem is that in read view I can’t use the handwriting; not with Apple Pencil nor with my finger. Not recognizing even though pencil tool selected. Do I need to turn off “Scribble” or other setting change?
To be clear, even in the pencil tool I can only scroll. I just tried various Pencil settings included disconnecting Pencil and still only scrolls in Read view.
Alex, Dorico for iPad has no Apple Pencil support - except you can use it instead of your finger to tap areas or shift scrollbars. There are no more functions possible with the Apple Pencil.
 please read Daniels reply below!
You should be able to use Apple Pencil in Read view, provided you have an active subscription or you have the Lifetime Unlock in-app purchase: a little icon for the pencil will appear on the toolbar, and you should be able to tap that, which will show the various controls in the Read view toolbar, allowing you to then annotate the pages to your heart’s content.
Alex, do you see the toolbar button for the annotation tools? Are you able to access the annotation toolbar?
Thanks Daniel. I do have a subscription and can see the toolbar. I click the pencil icon, it shows the tools, I select pen or highlighter… but it won’t draw. My finger or pencil just scroll the page around.
Klaus, it’s expected that your finger will move the page around. The interesting question is whether or not you can annotate the music with Apple Pencil: even if you activate the annotation tools: the annotation tools will not work with your finger. They will only respond to Apple Pencil (or another similar pen/stylus input device).