I’ve searched the forum, but without finding a specific answer to my problem. On my keyboard layout, to do accents, I have to first press the accent key to store the accent (`) in memory, then press the letter to get à, è, ò, ù and so on.
The problem is that for Dorico, I cannot seem to be able to map key commands to those keys, since the first time I press it, nothing happens, the software doesn’t receive a “letter” until I press a second key. This is annoying since it’s all the keys that would normally have the articulations.
Technically I guess the problem is that Dorico is having a “software” access to the keystroke, waiting for the driver to send it the actual character, while it should in these cases have “hardware” access and react to the keypress itself. I had that same issue in Sibelius, it worked very well while Daniel was there (lol), and then with some subsequent update it broke for a long while, and eventually they fixed it in some update.
I tried setting the keyboard language to french but it didn’t help. I am on Win 10.