If you have some time, try to write down what is marked.
I had a lot of trouble with the crossbars.
What is the easiest way to get there.
Will there be any progress in this direction in Dorico4
I call on the specialist @dspreadbury @Lillie_Harris @DanKreider @MarcLarcher etc.
You can’t create a centred beam like that in Dorico at the moment, but it will be possible in Dorico 4 when it arrives next year.
This is excellent news!
So that’s great.
Although I wish I could see Dorico’s team breaking their teeth on this problem.
I got there but I suffered.
Fans of Telemann, rejoice! (It is Gaudete week after all.)
(For the record, this is obnoxious. Please don’t ever do this to anyone.)
I managed to do it but I suffered.
Of course, I find it awful too.
Thanks for the help
Most of that Telemann can be done in Dorico 3.5 (except for the D octave - currently the notes have to be either side of the middle line.)
There is a work-around that Daniel very kindly devised for me a few years ago. I assume that one can still find it on this forum with a search.
As Daniel stated, it won’t be necessary when Dorico 4 comes — soon enough IIRC.
That’s great, Daniel. Will Dorico 4 allow control over the thickness of individual beams?
Yes, it will. But before you go down the rest of your wish list, there are no changes to piano fingering in Dorico 4.
Ooof my eyes!
I know. It’s truly terrible, and more to the point: difficult to read.
You know me so well, Daniel. Despite the absence of any advancement in piano fingering, I plan to buy Dorico 4.
This will be very helpful for classical guitar music as in the example from op.