Problem with cross staff beaming

Hello, I can’t find a solution for this problem and have been searching for a while. This cross staff beam should be in the middle between the two piano systems:
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But when I do this, it looks like that:
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So the cross staff notes in the left hand are on the wrong side of the stem and I can’t for the life of me figure out how to switch the to the other side. I’m also confused why that happens, usually they are placed on the right side when the cross staff beam is placed in the middle?
Surely there must be a way to fix this?

Additionally, as you see, the end of the first beam looks ugly now, there is a black line missing to end the three beams of the 32th notes. How can I fix that?

Have you tried making the beam centered? That said though, Dorico doesn’t currently allow stems to go in both directions either side of a beam at the same position, so that initial chord can’t have notes both above and below the centered beam automatically.

You can create that effect manually but it’ll probably involve separate voices etc.

I tried to force centered beaming, but it didn’t change anything. I would be fine with the top two notes in the first chord being in the wrong direction, but if I switch the whole thing, the first two notes of the triplet are in wrong direction too, and that looks just too ugly - also it doesn’t make any sense?!

Do you know why the line of the last note in the triplet doesn’t go to the top of the three bars and how to fix this?

Because dragging the beam upwards/downwards isn’t the same as making it “be” a centered beam. Try putting the two bottom notes that would otherwise share a stem with the up-stem chords on the downbeats in a separate voice.

You can flip the stems of individual notes within centered beams to have control over which notes are above and which below the centered beam, you can use the Edit > Notations > Stems menu.

I don’t know why, but the “force centered beam” function just doesn’t change anything for me, I tried all possible directions. Also I’m really confused about this problem, I mean I get the problem with a chord spread on two systems, but I don’t see why Dorico should not adjust the single notes in the triplet - usually, it does make it right when a cross staff beam is in the middle.
Anyway, I’ve spent far too much time on this one bar, now I just did this as a solution - it’s still not as I would wish it to be, but at least it’s less ugly :wink:

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Did you search for my multiple posts over time on ‘double headed notes’? Dorico just doesn’t support it. As @Lillie_Harris confirms. Do a search. There you will find some immensely clever workaround solutions (not from me!). Personally as I have a lot of these to set, the workarounds are too time consuming and fiddly for me, but they do exist.

I’d like to see it supported as a feature request.