Dorico through my attention from a bar to a different spot on a page

I think this one came b4 but couldn’t have find it - if redundant - I apologize.
So - Dorico through my attention from a bar to a different spot on a page
after I’ve made a change in a bar - can I cancel this function and have Dorico leave me at that bar I was still working in? If so - how.
Many thanks.

I’m not sure I understand your question.
Please define “through my attention from a bar to a different spot on a page”

I think that “threw” was meant rather than “through”.

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Thanks for replying.
So lets say I am working on that bar , perhaps changing voices or deleting few notes - I find that Dorico abruptly refocuses the view on a random different bar on the page and I am not sure why. can’t it just stay on that place in the bar I was working on ? It needs to just stay exactly at the bar I am editing and not move back and forth after I make a change…

If there is a way to cancel this behavior - kindly let me know.
Thanks…

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It definitely should.
Do you find this behaviour constant, or does it happens only sometimes?
This sounds like what Dorico does after it has been running for a (very) long time.
Relaunching Dorico (with about 20-30 seconds pause after quitting) and/or restarting your computer, should help this go away.

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One way to avoid this is to edit in Galley view. The visual jumps occur in Page View. Yes, sometimes Dorico jumps the window drawing to a different perspective based on new notes being entered if the layout shifts, or, Dorico jumps the window drawing too much because it is near the edge of the screen when a note or bar changes.

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ok. so you recommend when working on a specific measure to go Galley View.
Thanks.
(Although it would be nice to my humble opinion that it would not do that in page view…)

Yeah I really need to upgrade… I think issues I get with Halion relates to not having enough ram (8gb)… ( in pno 2 the decay suddenly turns to 0 so you actually hear a xylophone being played with a tea spoon… I think :slight_smile: )

@Ram_Haimoff

:wink:

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Thank you for that - truly.