When a note is tied into a new bar which contains a new time-signature, the tie collides with the time-signature. Is there a way to “white-out” the background or order the time-signature on top of the tie to avoid this?
Version 3 is really amazing.
I nevertheless hoped to see, among the novelties, this function.
I imagine that it is not one of the team’s main priorities, but I trust in its rapid implementation.
It’s so convoluted to find a solution when needed…
I remember it well! Their timetable is truly outstanding.
And that’s why I didn’t hesitate to upgrade for both my desktop and laptop (yes, two e-soft licenses…).
I know this function is a “small” thing, but it is a pressing request from my clients.
Let me add my voice to the chorus calling for this feature - most everything else in Dorico comes out looking so elegant and beautiful, and then a tie cuts across a time/key signature and suddenly it looks totally amateur.
I can’t remember seeing ties going through time/key signatures without being their broken. I just checked a few editions and this was the case. If I have time I’ll keep looking but I’m pretty sure it’s standard procedure. It certainly is unattractive. In any case, it’s a necessary feature in Dorico.