Something similar happened to me when I had Photoshop CS 6 and Photoshop CC.
Try this for kicks.
Make a Macro Group called Dorico and place your associated macros in that group. Associate Dorico with Available in these applications. In your example, Dorico v27 (I'm guessing) If the steps below work for you, you will only have to modify the Macro group by adding and subtracting the latest name instead of each macro within. So basically, if Dorico v28 comes out, you just add that and subtract v27. See the Photoshop Actions Macro Group related example picture below.
Within the Menu macros, you can just use Front Application with your Show menu action instead of the Dorico version name. That is, of course, if you are spawning the menu action while Dorico is Front Application.
Using this way and going forward, you are only making one change instead for each Select Menu application. I'm sure you will have to change this several times, at first, but when the next Dorico update occurs, you won't.
Hopefully, this makes since.