*** SOLVED *** Can I apply octave lines in full score, but not in the part?

SOLVED I’m doing my first arrangement in Dorico Pro, 8 piece brass section for a jazz piece. LOVING the program, way more intuitive that expected. The baritone sax part in full score really needs 8vb in many areas to quickly read, but is not needed in the part’s sheet music. Can this be done?

Not currently. I’ve requested it in the past.

If you are using a concert score, you can easily choose a Bari that is in Bass clef in the score …

… or if it is already set up, you can simply specify the Concert Pitch clef.

Ah yes, now I remember seeing that when I was setting up this first project.
Thanks much.

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is this concert score one where insturments are shown as transposed not in c?
Ps. i want continue becouse making new thtead what is linked old is more complex.

A concert pitch score is another name for “Score in C”, meaning not transposed but instead sounding pitches are notated in the score.

In Dorico 5, you can now also hide clefs and octave lines in individual layouts.