I have playback templates made of multiple endpoint configuration. For example, one for the woodwinds, one for the brass, one for the strings.
Each of them have dedicated techniques. Many of them are shared. When applying a playback template to a document, I expect all these techniques to be added to the document.
Sometimes this doesn’t happen. I re-edit the playback template, delete and add the endpoint configurations again, delete all the custom playing techniques from the document before reapplying the playback template.
But to no avail. The recently created techniques are not added.
Is there a way to force Dorico to import these techniques that don’t want to appear? Creating them again for the document would be an incredibly long task.
I’m perfectly fine in doing manual editing to an XML file.
EDIT: I also tried to import the Dorico document used as the template, where I program my techniques. No way. The techniques contained in that document were not imported.
EDIT2: I exported the score to MXML, and imported it again. Then applied the playback template. Now way, again. I got the same set of outdated techniques.
EDIT3: Create a new, blank document. Applied the playback template. Nothing: still the old, outdated set of techniques. Yet, if I open the original template document, the new techniques are there. And I saved the endpoint configurations. And removed and added them from the playback template.