Tip: Make use of the powerful Repeats popover

https://blog.dorico.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/05-Repeats-Popover.mp4   The Repeats popover can create many different types of repeat-related notations. Open it by pressing Shift+R, then enter any of the following: Enter end to add a first and second time...

Tip: Hide playing techniques

https://blog.dorico.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/04-Hide-Playing-Techniques.mp4   Hiding playing technique can be useful when they are needed for playback, but don’t want to see them in the score. Select the playing technique, then open the Properties panel and...

Tip: Turn any notes in tuplets

https://blog.dorico.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/03-Tupletify.mp4   Select some notes Press the Tuplets button in the toolbox to turn them into triplets. Alternatively, press ; to open the popover and then enter a tuplet ratio of your...

Tip: How to add a border to text

https://blog.dorico.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/02-Boxed-Text.mp4   Create some text and make sure it is selected. Open the Properties panel and enable the Border property. In Engrave mode there is an additional property to control the thickness of the...

Tip: How to erase the background of dynamics

https://blog.dorico.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/01-Erase-Background.mp4   Select the dynamic, playing technique or text item. Switch to Engrave mode. Open the Properties panel at the bottom of the window (you can use the key command Ctrl/Cmd+8). Enable the...