SOLVED: Note positions with multiple voices

Is it possible to override Dorico’s positioning of the voices below, so that the purple chord is to the left of the dark blue, light blue and orange voices? The ‘ordering multiple voices’ section in notation options does not seem to address this particular point. These settings are also project-wide and I do not wish to alter the positioning behaviours elsewhere in the project. I have tried moving the rhythmic positions in engrave mode, but this leaves the sharps overlapping with the noteheads.

This is a minor issue, but if there’s no way to edit this now it would be useful in future. When making orchestral reductions with lots voices and annotations, having the flexibility to make individual changes like these could make a lot of difference to overall legibility. Another issue I sometimes encounter is Dorico choosing virtually identical voice colours for two voices in the same stave, but I know this has been raised previously.

Many thanks
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Each voice has a Voice Column Index property, found in the bottom panel of Engrave mode. Set the note you want furthest left to Voice Column Index 0, set the best note’s Voice Column Index to 1, etc.

The sharps don’t move so are overlapping with the purple noteheads (same issue I had moving the voices in engrave mode). Am I missing something?
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Which staff is the big cross-staff chord on? It might work better if it is on the top staff and crossed to the bottom, not the other way round.

You can move the accidentals in Engrave mode, if that doesn’t help.

Thank you! I had not known accidentals could be moved independently. Re your first suggestion, the positioning behaviour did not change when I moved the cross-staff chord between the two staves