Dorico 3.5.10 released

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benwiggy
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Dorico 3.5.10 released

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Dorico have released yet another update: this '.10' revision contains over 140 bug fixes and lot of little tweaks.

https://www.scoringnotes.com/reviews/dorico-3-5-10/

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Den
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Re: Dorico 3.5.10 released

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Good update!

Ben, how can see and compare Bravura font with Aruvarb from Elbsound site?
What is fixed from Bravura or change and how compare this two fonts in Dorico? What is different?

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Re: Dorico 3.5.10 released

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Aruvarb is not intended for use in Dorico. It’s just a re-encoded version of Bravura so that Finale users can use it more easily.
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Den
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Re: Dorico 3.5.10 released

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tisimst wrote:
30 Jul 2020, 14:55
Aruvarb is not intended for use in Dorico. It’s just a re-encoded version of Bravura so that Finale users can use it more easily.
ThnX tisimst

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Re: Dorico 3.5.10 released

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Den wrote:
30 Jul 2020, 15:18
ThnX tisimst
To clarify further, Finale does not yet have full SMuFL support. As a result, Bravura needed certain modifications in order to work in Finale. Assuming that Finale does implement full SMuFL support at a later date, Aruvarb should become irrelevant (except for users of older versions of Finale).

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Re: Dorico 3.5.10 released

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Daniel makes some interesting comments in his blog about the future, in which he suggests they are going to focus on 'the health of the code' -- though hopefully not a la Finale -- and also 'the health of the team'.

No one can argue that the team have more than earned a bit of respite, particularly in these dark times, after 21 releases in 3 and a half years. And I'm sure that after they've done whatever internal reorganization is needed, they'll come up with something typically amazing.

https://blog.dorico.com/2020/07/dorico- ... -and-more/

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