I’m blown away by the condensing feature (and much else in Dorico 3) - hats off to the team!
However, I’ve run into a weird problem: I have a Big Band piece with (among others, four trumpets). The piece is in C minor (3 flats), D minor in transposed view (1 flat).
Here’s the uncondensed score in transposed view.
However, when I condense that score, several strange things happen:
- The correct key signature is still shown in the first system, but on all further systems, three flats are displayed. The notes remain in their proper position, but have gained the necessary accidentals to compensate.
- The choices for voice distribution are strange (grouping 1+3 and 2+4 would have made more sense, since they are unison, but even so it’s strange that the noteheads are not merged - or is this intended behaviour?)
When I specify condensing groups manually (1+2/3+4 or 1+3/2+4), the key signature “changes” don’t occur.
I’m attaching a reduced version (only the trumpet parts, renamed from Condensing.dorico to Condensing.zip) - can you take a look at what might be going wrong here?
Condensing.zip (517 KB)