I’ve read about this topic in several other threads on the forum but none seem to address the specific problem I’m having, nor can I find a solution in the operation manual.
I’m writing for bass clarinet (the default instrument type offered in Dorico) and using a custom tonality system based for 48 EDO (which features arguably the most common accidentals-glyphs in use today). Once I insert the custom clef and begin inputting with the new tonality system, the bass clarinet no longer shows in transposition, i.e. I can only see it in concert pitch in both the full score and part. ‘Transposing Layout’ option is on in Layout Options in both score and part. I’d attach the file but .dorico format doesn’t seem to work as attachments here(?).
Do I need to customise settings further in either the tonality system or the instrument in order for this to work?
Weirdly once I insert the custom key signature the problem continues even if I put back in 12 EDO and G major or whatever.
As the tonality system is 48 EDO I’m hoping it’s not prey to the problem Daniel has described several times on other threads, whereby Dorico won’t be able to calculate the transposition required by the instrument e.g. a major 9th downward for the bass clarinet, because such an interval doesn’t exist in the tonality system. But of course in 48 EDO a major 9th does exist, so I’m hoping there’s a solution.
Many thanks for any tips or ideas.