Grace notes of different values before a beat: Dorico places them relative to each other as if they are to line up rhythmically. I have never seen this before and it seems bizarre to me. Both Finale and Sibelius give grace notes only the space they need before the beat, not aligned across staves. This makes sense because grace notes are by definition too quick to synchronize.
Is there a use for this rhythmic synchrony in scores that I don’t know about? (Obviously this doesn’t affect single-line parts.)
Is there a way I’m missing for Dorico to space grace notes irrespective of other lines, as one always sees in scores?
Dorico makes room for all three 32nd notes between the slashed eighth note and the beat, apparently because of their rhythmic values