Just sitting down to work after building a new PC. I’m thinking about how to hide patching directions that are implemented as playing techniques. For instance, things that are self-evident to musicians like divisi strings, where the audio is routed to two separate channels and needs to be told.
Anyway, I was looking for my techniques (group 1, desk 1, player 1 etc.) and they aren’t listed in the new PC’s techniques list, so I am wondering if there is a way to import the library?
If you saved them to your user library on your original machine, you should copy the Dorico 4 folder from the user-level application data folder on that machine to the corresponding location on your new one.
Is this the right place?
On the new PC it contains cache\qmlcache
Tried that, and no change.
I see that the Roaming folder has a lot more in it. So just copy the whole of that?
The folder is %APPDATA%\Steinberg\Dorico 4, unless I’m much mistaken (I don’t use Windows often, so I may be misremembering, but hopefully somebody will correct me if I am).
OK Daniel, that translated to the roaming folder, which contains this:
So I’ll try that now.
Yes, that worked! Thanks Daniel