(There needs to be a middle ground between the feeling of needing to create universal template libraries and such, on the one hand, and the feeling of wanting to follow and gratify one's personal artistic issues and their related technological challenges, on the other. A few years back I was trying to promote a template library idea for sagittal, given that the particular configurations of accidentals for working with each tuning are so numerous. But perhaps it is better "left as an exercise to the" creator?)
This is just an "Am I doing this right?" screen clipping:
What I notice so far:
- Dorico allows the wholesale import and export of "Tonality Systems" which encompass an equal division, a collection of accidentals related to that divison, and any custom key signatures
- Dorico permits easy duplication of Tonality Systems for creating variations, which I am going to try to use to make a mixed 22-EDO version of my above pure sagittal set
- Dorico prohibits the deletion of a Tonality System which is in use in the score. I'm worried that this means no swapping in and out entire sets of accidentals on scores already created...a sort of feature which I had hoped would be useful in creating alternate (mixed/pure/HEJI/etc.) versions of accidental sets. But that may need to all be created manually, which could be a pain.