Hi, its me again with another comment to the german translation of Dorico.
This episode is about the translation of the fingering terms for french horns.
In the german translation of Dorico the high f horn and high b horn (as part or a triple horn or standalone instrument) are translated as »Althorn«. »Alt« comes from »alto« which means »high« but doesn’t mean »high« french horns. In german Althorn means a totally different instrument which is called »tenor horn« in english (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Althorn).
So, I would suggest to use the common german term for high f horn and high eb horn, which are »Hoch-F-Horn« (short »Hoch F«) or »Hoch-Es-Horn« (short: »Hoch Es«) in order to avoid confusion and head shaking in the horn community.