I have been working on an arrangement each evening this week, always in Dorico 5. This evening, Dorico 5 refused to recognize my MIDI keyboard (Nektar Panorama). I did a complete power-off cycle. No joy.
The keyboard worked fine in D4, Cubase and Halion SE stand-alone.
In D5, I created a new score with just a piano staff. That did recognize the keyboard, but seemed to take about 30 MIDI key presses before notes started. When I discarded that file and re-opened my real project, still no keyboard access no matter how many MIDI notes I sent.
I noticed that the “10” update was available, and updated to that version. It didn’t make a difference.
I noticed that Groove Agent SE also displayed that my license had expired. I am using a 30-day trial to the Simon Phillips collection. That license should be good another 27 days.
Ultimately, I went into PLAY and re-applied the playback template. That cleared up the problem.
And after another restart, the GASE license warning stopped appearing.