There’s been a lot of talk about Dorico’s choice of enharmonic spellings, but I can’t see that this has been covered:
If, in C major, I play semitones from G to A, I get G, then a G#, which then becomes an A flat when I play the A.
If I play the middle note TWICE: it gives me A flat twice, followed by A natural.
Is this intentional? Would it be better if Dorico could consider repeated notes in the same way as a single note? Or am I missing a reason for the behaviour?