I’ve found that with my set-up, iMac with M-Audio Keystation 49e (USB) keyboard,
Dorico only recognises the keyboard if it is on during launch of Dorico.
If I am a bit late switching on the keyboard, or if I need to turn it off and on in the middle of writing process (sometimes the keyboard freezes due some disturbance in the electrical circuit of my apartment, probably the fridge…) then Dorico does not seem to notice the keyboard anymore. I have to restart Dorico, with the keyboard switched on.
I can’t recall any other already running programme not being able to recognise the keyboard as soon as it is turned on, or at least after an “Audio MIDI Setup” rescan it would always work again.
I did not find information regarding this with a search, except Daniel was saying somewhere that “Dorico will for now listen to all connected MIDI devices”, and due to this there is no MIDI device dialog.
Is the behaviour I described intended, that a USB MIDI device is only recognised during programme launch but not later? It may be a bit hard for me to find electricity with no disturbances (no fridge), and this would mean I would have to relaunch Dorico every 20 minutes…Like I said, no other programme so far has had this behaviour…