This is a real problem, and I’m not sure if it’s related to previous issues I’ve had regarding different output. But that was Mac vs. PC, and this is PC-only.
I’ve opened the same file on two different Windows machines (Windows 10 Pro), both running the same version of Dorico (184.108.40.2064). The font is Swift LT Pro, which I’ve installed on both machines exactly the same way. I’ve confirmed it’s the same font version: 1.100.
Here’s the dekstop, screen-captured in Dorico:
And here’s the laptop (ignore the different size… that was a zoom/capture thing):
You can see that on the desktop, the middle line has uneven baselines (too high), presumably because of the pointing mark I’m using. But on the laptop, it’s correct. Why is it different on different machines??? The graphic PDF export yields the same result.
Current mood: concerned. The first is unfit for print production, and the second looks correct.