Missing buttons in Dorico for iPad version 2.1.0.1029

I’m using iPad Pro (12.9-inch)(5th generation), software Version 15.3.1, Capacity 256 GB, Available 33 GB.

I absolutely love Dorico for iPad. The tutorials are very informative. The staff is both creative and helpful. And the community is great.

I’ve used Dorico for iPad for about 1.5 years and am just started using Version 2.1.0.1029.

I need help with several things.

  1. The hamburger in upper right corner is missing.
  2. The redo button and share button are also missing.
  3. The icon that slides the right panel open is missing. (Left and bottom buttons are still showing and operational.)

Offloading and then restoring the App did not correct the problems.

I hope someone can help so I can enjoy music again. I’m not a techie.

Thanks
Edna French
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Are you in “portrait” or “landscape” mode? Dorico works better when your iPad is horizontal.

Landscape, horizontal.

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Thanks so much for reaching out to me.

Sorry, I’m stumped!

Maybes this will help?

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Oh yeah, the hamburger and redo aren’t on mine either. I guess I hadn’t noticed. Hopefully someone more knowledgeable will chime in.

Cross fingers

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Yes I had the same problem. Essentially in portrait mode the Setup/Write/Engrave/Play buttons need to become a popup list and that then allows room for the hamburger in top right.

I found just rotating to landscape and then back to portrait solves the problem although it is a bug that needs correcting.

Yes, for the time being you should find that simply rotating your device to portrait and then back again to landscape is sufficient to take care of this problem.

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Thank you so very much.

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Thank you, Daniel. I truly appreciate you taking the time to reply.

Dorico for iPad is a fine product and I truly enjoy using it.

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Hello Tim,

Sorry I couldn’t get back to you earlier today.

Thank you for pointing me to the forums. That was good advice.

Daniel Spreadbury gave the definitive answer this morning.

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Hello Tim,

Sorry I couldn’t get back to you earlier today.

Thank you for pointing me to the forums. That was good advice.

Daniel Spreadbury gave the definitive answer this morning.

"Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish."
—Steve Jobs