I’ve upgraded my computer to a beast (16 core processor, 128gb RAM etc) which has made a small improvement to the performance of Dorico (still takes a few seconds to do anything, but I’m working on a ridiculously large project).
I had faked a few time signature changes in the condensed score (as condensed staves can’t yet handle independent time signatures) by copying and pasting the glyphs from https://w3c.github.io/smufl/gitbook/tables/time-signatures.html into shift+X text popovers and adjusting the size and offset in engrave mode. So far so good.
Having transferred the licence to my new machine and opened the project on my new computer, I notice all the glyphs I had pasted have turned into barred flats (horns should go to 4/4 in the second bar here:):
My only fake time sigs are 12/8 and 4/4. While fiddling and trying to reinput these, I realised that if I copide and pasted the 12/8 glyph from above it would actually produce a 4/4. Has there perhaps been an update to Bravura recently that has swapped a handful of glyphs? Or is there some sort of global setting in Windows that turns on/off extended ligature features? I’ve been googling for hours and am at my wit’s end!