In my case, it is not a transposing instrument, but a violin. Also, it works well in my original solo part layouts. It is only when I create new layouts that I encounter this enharmonic problem, and only with accidentals with an arrow down.
In any other case (in none transposing instruments), microtonal or not, any enharmonic change in the conductor layout applies in all other layouts.
Or maybe I didn’t understand something in the thread?
- If i use the enharmonic shortcuts on the Bb arrow down note, I can get : Cbb arrow down, Bbb arrow up, A# arrow down, Gx arrow up, but there is no way to get Bb arrow down again. It’s like if Dorico forgets to consider Bb arrow down as en enharmonic spelling of these other notes. This might be linked to the problem I just mentioned…