“CMD+C” and “CMD+V” work when using British and Korean keyboard under macOS.
However, all commands using “SHIFT + a key” do not work when using a Korean keyboard: all popovers, inserting system break by shift+s etc.
Single key command “R” and “ALT+T” also do not work when using Korean IME.
I am curious why “CMD + (a) key(s)” and “CTRL + a key” work and why “SHIFT + a key” commands, “ALT + a key” commands and “a key” commands do not.
From my programming experience in cycling74 Max and SuperCollider. There are several ways to detect pressing/releasing keys:
- by ASCII
- by Platform-Specific Key Code Value
- by Unicode
- by Platform-Independent Key Code Value
Is the key-detection algorithm in Dorico different from one in macOS?
Anyway, this is not a problem when arranging instrumental music, but is not user-friendly when arranging vocal music with Korean texts.
Please ignore this report if it is a Korean-IME-specific problem and if it does not happen when using Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Greek etc. I guess it could be worthy of changing the internal algorithms only if it generally occurs when using non-western European language keyboards (= the language keyboards not based on Latin alphabet).