You can e-mail it to Ulf (his email is given in some threads here) or put the file into a Dropbox-like site and post the link to it here.
After spending two days endless reinstalling drivers, Dorico apps, all of a sudden Dorico 5 started to work without crashing. What I did was: I reinstalled RME DK driver, actually dozen of times, and restored Mac OS security setup back to normal in system mode, from reduced security. In Audio Midi setup, I found duplicate RME UFX+ device, and removed one that seemed inactive. In midi setup from Dorico 5, all midi devices that I do not use for note input were disabled. I restarted the computer like many times I already did. Then, all of a sudden, it fixed the problem. I am now learning Dorico 5 happily.
Thank you everyone for the help!
Hi @yvawoo , I*m so glad to hear that you finally got it to work.
@Ulf and @dspreadbury
I downloaded the update in the hope that it would resolve the problem I’m having with Dorico 5, but unfortunately it did not. I did notice that I was not able to use my midi keyboard in the moments that it ran before it hung up again; I don’t know if that is helpful at all.
We have a fix for the problem you are experiencing and will get it into your hands (and the hands of others affected by the problem) as soon as we can, but the fix is not in the Dorico 5.0.10 update released on Wednesday.
That is great news! I look forward to it!