There are a lot of troubleshooting, bug reports, and feature requests on this board, which is reasonable, but I thought I might draw attention to a very small detail that is so, so good. Dashed lines are a ubiquitous part of music notation: octave shifts, dashed barlines, gradual tempi, and many more. Most software handles dashed lines as a fixed alternating dash and space length. When you get to the end of the line, you can easily end up with an awkward amount of space or a small sliver of line. It looks unfinished and bad.
Dorico, on the other hand, takes the start and end positions of the dashed lines as fixed references and then distributes the dashes between the endpoints dynamically. The software maintains an average space between them within a reasonable threshold.
The result is a beautiful, effortless effect that will go completely unnoticed by virtually everyone. Things just seem a little more polished. This is my very favorite kind of detail work and I wanted to call out the team for their work on it.