[MacOS & Windows]
BOPMUSIC FONTS FOR DORICO™ FEATURES 1 MUSIC SMUFL COMPLIANT MUSIC FONT AND 11 JAZZY TEXT FONTS.
BopMusic fonts for DORICO™ are now SMuFL compliant and featuring more than 1300 music symbols. BopMusic fonts work with Dorico™ SE, Dorico™ Elements, and Dorico™ Pro versions [Mac & Windows]
INSTALLING BOPMUSIC FONTS
When opening the disk image BOPMUSIC FONTS for DORICO [MacOS].dmg, follow the installation process as shown below, you’ll need to drag the fonts to the destination folder in Step-1, then drag the BopMusicSMFL folder to the destination folder in Step-2:
After decompressing BOPMUSIC FONTS for DORICO [WINDOWS].zip file to your desktop, follow the installation process as shown below, you’ll need to right-click on all the selected fonts then click “Install” (Step-1), then drag the BopMusicSMFL folder to the destination folder (Step-2):
APPLYING BOPMUSIC FONTS IN DORICO™ PRO
When running Dorico, it will find the new metadata file and will make an entry for the font in its list of available music fonts. However, to use the BopMusicSMFL font:
- Open a Dorico score,
- Go to Engrave mode (Ctrl+3 or Cmd+3), click on the Engrave > Music Font menu option,
- In the dialog window that appears, click on the name of the font in the list, then click the button “Change Music Font” select BopMusicSMFL to apply the font to your open score project;
You can optionally check or uncheck the box to use the recommended engraving options; click “OK”, you’ll notice that your score project is taking effect of the changes with the newly selected BopMusicSMFL font.
- You might also want to change the ‘Default text’ style in Engrave > Paragraph Styles but also the ‘Default text font’ font style in Engrave > Font Styles to BopMusic Alpha font and Engrave > Character Styles set Music Text to BopMusicSMFL Text font.
Making Enclosed, Underlined, and Overlined Text in Dorico:
Changing the Music Font in Dorico™ SE and Dorico™Elements
Go to Edit>Music Fonts… From ‘SMuFL fonts’ list select BopMusicSMFL and click OK. (see below)