I’m a very happy user of Figurato. The intelligent stacking of figures and symbols is a great joy to use. Great job, Florian, many thanks again for this brilliant effort!
But there still is something weird in Print Mode, for which I think Florian is not to blame. Export to PDF works flawlessly, and viewing the preview of a print layout in Print Mode is also correct with regard to the vertical stacking of Figurato glyphs. But when I actually print on paper (using the right-hand facilities in Print mode), the result is as if I had mistakenly used an old version of Figurato in an old version of Dorico. The stacking order is wrong again (but only on paper). It’s as if the Qt framework wasn’t updated for the print routines.
After installing the Dorico 3 update, I re-installed the latest version of Figurato from GitHub, just to be sure (the ordinary one this time, not the Mac-only version that was necessary in D2). Restarted my Mac.
It’s definitely not a problem I can’t overcome, because I tend to distribute PDFs to fellow musicians anyway.
The attachments show the preview in Print Mode and the actual print on paper. I include a minimalised version of the project.
BWV 115 minimal.dorico.zip