On my Mac, when Dorico is running full screen (using the native fullscreen mode), closing the current project using Close Project incorrectly leaves behind its fullscreen workspace, rather than allowing the OS to close it. The orphaned workspace is black, and can’t be accessed or closed by any method I’ve found – any attempt to access it immediately switches to the next Dorico window, or back to the desktop if there are no others.
If ‘When the last window is closed’ in Dorico’s preferences is set to ‘Show the Steinberg Hub’, then Dorico generates a new workspace when the old project is closed, filled with a massively enlarged version of the hub. If it’s set to ‘Do nothing’, then it doesn’t generate anything, leaving only its the black workspace artefact behind, and the only way I’ve found to get back into Dorico in this situation is to quit and relaunch the application.
Is this a general problem with how Dorico interacts with Mac full screen mode, or is there something strange about my specific setup?