I don’t think this was happening in Dorico 4. I’m using the shortcut to move further the notes by the rhythmic grid value (an 8th note).
As far as I remember, there have always been some situations where moving notes don’t work correctly with tuplets, but it seems worst since Dorico 5.
I was wondering if this issue will be definitely addressed in a future version of Dorico.
Another thing I noticed, when you double click on a rest in a tuplet, it systemically enables the quarter note value no regard to the value of the rest. This was fixed in a previous version but I went back on Dorico 5.
Another example, with chord mode activated.
Assuming you want to move the tuplet and not just the notes, you need to select the tuplet number (the “3”) before using alt-shift right arrow.
I actually want to move the notes inside the tuplet or inside a series of tuplets
There are no changes in these behaviours in Dorico 5 compared with previous versions. When you use Alt+left/right to move notes, Dorico will move them according to the regular rhythmic grid, not according to the tuplet-specific rhythmic grid of the tuplet in force at the start of the selection. When you double-click to start note input, Dorico always chooses a quarter note.
This is not true.
I just did the same thing in Dorico 4.3 and it works well (see the screenshot below).
Also, in Dorico 4.3, double clicking on a rest inside a tuplet enables the right rhythmic value and not systematically a quarter note. This is and something I pointed out in Dorico 3, that was fixed in 3.5 or 4. But it went back to the inconsistent behaviour in Dorico 5
EDIT : I just opened again a Dorico 5 projet and now it works fine. It seems there was a temporary bug that made it a mess like in my first post. I can’t explain why. However the thing on double clicking on a rest inside a tuplet is still valid. Dorico 4 and Dorico don’t act the same.