My grace note slurs are going to the stem right now. Is there a setting that sends them to the note head of the target note? I can’t find it!
Thanks in advance for any help!!
Maybe useful info: I’m using the Notation Central Jazz (New Real Book) template.
Edit: oddly, if I check “avoid collisions” on the slur in engrave mode, it fixes the problem, but I’m not sure if that’s really fixing the cause. In other words, I get the right result, but maybe for the wrong reason?
Off the top of my head I’m not sure what setting might do this, but if you want to attach your project here, I’d be happy to take a look. Otherwise, you could try opening the Library Manager and comparing your project’s settings to the default library settings.
Here’s the project file if you’d like to take a look @dspreadbury. I used the “avoid collision” thing I discovered, but maybe there’s another thing causing it in the first place? Two T’s - Bob Mintzer.dorico (861.7 KB)
It’ll open like what you’re seeing because I have the “avoid collisions” turned on for those specific slurs. Try turning them off in engrave mode to see what I had before—I think. I’m actually not sure what you’ll get on your end. Definitely the way it works for me though. Turning off “avoid collisions” in my software and they go back to my first picture.
I agree with @dspreadbury that its probably a setting in Library, but I can’t find it.
Sorry, I’m stumped too. It seems like Dorico is moving it to avoid a collision, but there’s no collision to avoid. I can’t seem to reproduce this with my own settings, so there’s definitely something going on with the fonts or that template, but I can’t figure it out.