when I’m in PBD-Inut mode (specify accidentals before inputting note) and enter a whole note with a flat (which fills out the entire bar) and I want to tie to a quarter note afterwards, you always have to turn on the flat symbol again. It turns off the flat symbol which is logical because you are in a new bar, but it feels inconvenient.
When you press T on your keyboard, you most of the time have a specific intent to tie a note to the previous one. If there isn’t a note with the note value (natural in this case) already in the staff, Dorico ignores you and places a single quarter note with a natural. If there is a note with the note value and a natural already on the staff, it creates a super-duper-long tie across the whole score to your newly entered natural quarter.
Both cases don’t match the intention, so my feature request is that in the moment when you press the note value for the quarter note, it just ties it to the last note altough the flat wasn’t specified again. Automatically turning the flat symbol on after pressing T is not a good idea as it will throw people off… Thats why I suggest that Dorico just makes this clever exception after pressing the note value, when it recognizes that tie is on.