Hello I duo have a problem with a project.
There’s a strange behavior - I needed a transposed Instrument so I created a new Player (Tr Bb ) but there is only a tacit showing as if there is no player adjusted. I can’t copy anything into this player.
Than I created a new project and tried to copy the whole sheet of the first project into the new one, but there was an incomplete copying , without chord symbols.
Dorico will only copy chord symbols if they’re selected (actively selected, ie highlighted orange) before you Copy. You can use the system track to select everything in the system, included system-attached objects like chord symbols.
Show signposts to see signposts of chord symbols that exist but don’t appear in the current layout.
Ben’s second link above tells you how to control which staves chord symbols appear above. By default, they appear above the staves of rhythm section instruments. Here’s the equivalent in the German manual.
You can also change which layouts chord symbols are shown in – see here.
And additionally, you can show chord symbols above multiple staves or only once at the top of each system – see here.
(PS it’s in English, but there’s an embedded video about how chord symbols work on this page that might help give you an overview of the feature.)
I mentioned the system track because you said chord symbols weren’t included when you copied music to another project. Using the system track to select makes sure system-attached items like chord symbols are included in the selection, and can then be copied.
To be clear: the system track plays no role in determining where or whether chord symbols appear. It is a selection tool that can make selecting chord symbols easier.