Here are a couple pf questions about how Dorico works when editing polyphonic material.
What happens if you select a with the mouse and edit it’s pitch on a piano track (displayed, of course, with both bass and treble clef)? Will you hear each edit in context (meaning that all the other simultaneous chord notes will be heard for each step you transpose ) - which is what I’d prefer in most cases, or will you hear only the notes in the same clef as the note you edit?
Likewise - what happens if you execute the same edit with key commands?
If one cannot hear the full chord when editing a chord note or melodic note, one won’t get the audible feedback one needs to decide how the edit will sound like without rewinding and start playback from before the edit, which is a hassle if one spends multiple hours a day on such edits… which leads to the third question:
If you have piano track consisting of multiple, adjacent chords, when happens if you use Dorico’s “Go to next” key command? Will you hear one of the notes in the next chord only (which of course is something one sometimes want) or will you hear the full piano chord (in both bass and treble clef) - which is something one often wants. IMO both these “behaviours” are needed (many times a day) for people who compose and edit “with their ears”.