Seriously, isn’t there an easier way by now to convert double triplets into sixtuplets than to activate insert, delete the triplets, select the notes that are now all messed up, hit shift ; for the popover and then typing 6/4 + enter??
I just want to combine two groups of 3 sixteenth triplets into a single sixtuplet with the correct labeling (6 instead of two 3:s).
Furthermore, I may be doing something wrong as I’m new to Dorico, but using the insert function and changing selected notes this way in an already existing arrangement (in this case a symphonic score originally produced in Cubase and transferred as a MIDI file) results in the remaining music in the entire instrument part being shifted beyond recognition, until the correct note values are reinstated for that particular segment. Everytime I do this it makes me horribly nervous about the risk of accidently changing something without remembering what or where, which means having to go back to a previous save file losing hours of work in the process. Am I missing something?
I’d very much appreciate some help.