I know this was brought up a while ago, but now that we’re several versions ahead in Dorico, I was wondering if there was a better way to handle the following:
If I have two distinct projects that are quite far along, and have made adjustments to Layout/Engraving/Notation options to one of them, I’ve learned that to transfer those settings to the second project, I save the first project’s settings as the new default, then open the second project and “reset to default”. “Defaults” essentially becomes a temporary clipboard to copy and paste settings to subsequent projects.
This works for Layout/Engraving/Notation options, but I haven’t found a similar way to transfer over all of the font styles, paragraph styles, and the other engraving options not found in the general “Engraving Options”.
Basically, I’m just looking for a way to quickly make the second file match the first file in terms of every single setting so that they look consistent when printed. I know this is what flows should accomplish, but I’m working with thousands of measures and my computer can’t keep up with the lags when I don’t split it up among different projects.
Thanks for any advice.