Hey everyone, this is my first time posting here! I’ve only been a Dorico user for the last few months, having spent the last 25 years or so using Finale and Sibelius. Really enjoying it so far, and currently doing my first orchestration in Dorico.
This particular orchestration is a pop tune. I have transcribed a lead sheet with lyrics and chord/rhythm changes on it, which is sitting on the top of the score above the woodwinds, as a guide to my orchestration, but of course each time I scroll down, I lose sight of it, and it’s easy to either lose where I am in the score, or where the song is at harmonically in a particular bar.
I would love it if I could ‘freeze’ this top stave, much like you can with a row of cells in a spreadsheet, so that no matter how far down the score I scroll, that top stave is always visible. I don’t think this functionality is available in any of the big 3 notation programs, but I think it would be immensely helpful - maybe Daniel can add it to his long list of feature requests! (Or maybe it’s already there).
Anyway, looking forward to learning from you all (and Anthony Hughes, of course - could listen to his voice all day).