(Have searched the forum and the docs; may well have missed this - if so, my apologies.)
Can Dorico be made intelligently to respell enharmonically by algorithm; or is it all best done manually?
Take the case when writing in a ‘contrived’ key such as a whole tone; or completely atonally, say.
It is preferable to spell an interval initially entered as D♭to A as C# to A - if for no other reason than that most players will be more used to seeing C# and A on the staff together than D♭and A.
The place I could find which comes closest to having Dorico change such a D♭to C# appeared to be in Write > View > Notation Options > Accidentals > Transposition > ‘Prefer simpler accidentals’.
But that isn’t really what’s needed, I don’t think; I’m looking for a way for Dorico automatically to ‘detect’ the more musically legible alternative… to prefer, in short, Major/minor intervals over Augmented/diminished ones.
Advice on where to find this, and/or how to achieve it consistently gratefully received, please .