First of all, can’t wait to buy Dorico and start making some scores!
A few questions:
“Dorico has a single-window user interface and (still) great for multiple displays”
Q: What does that mean, exactly, they seem to contradict each other? Can you place e.g. in a three monitor setup the full score (full screen) to one monitor, zoomed area of score to work on to another and tools to another? Or place the “play/key editor” to one monitor and write mode editor to a separate monitor?
About write mode:
Q: Is there a way to swap a vertical selection between two players? If you want to swap a section of music vertically between 1st and 2nd violin, for example.
Q: is there a way to make Dorico play the notes under (some) slurs in extended duration so that virtual instrument (Samplemodeling winds for example) knows to play it as legato? I know this can be done in play editor by drawing the notes longer, but some automation would be much easier.