I wonder if others had to fight that disease. Dorico has made cues in parts so easy that starting with version 2, I would cover my parts in cues and ended up overdoing it. Many conversations with a large number of orchestra peeps made me realize that although opinions vary greatly on the subject, the overall view remains that there is such a thing as too many cues in a part, Over the last three years, I have slowly corrected that problem, but I wonder if others have experienced this.
Whether we want it or not, technologies change user habits according to not only is what not available as a feature, but also according to what is easily available. So, I wonder if users have found that they overused other features when they were first available, such as lines for example. Totally unimportant: I’m just curious.