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## Re: Stemlets mess up beams which start or end on a rest

 From: Graham Percival Subject: Re: Stemlets mess up beams which start or end on a rest Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 15:31:41 -0700 User-agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.7 (Macintosh/20060909)

Thanks, added as

Marcus Macauley wrote:

As the following example demonstrates, beams which begin or end on a rest are normally drawn beautifully (with respect to angle and positioning), but when stemlets are enabled, these beam angles/positioning are messed up:

\version "2.9.23"
\relative c' {
c8[ r] e[ r] r[ g] r[ c]
\override Stem #'stemlet-length = #0.5
c,8[ r] e[ r] r[ g] r[ c]
\revert Stem #'stemlet-length \break

\times 2/3 {c,8[ r r]} \times 2/3 {e[ r r]} \times 2/3 {r[ r g]} \times 2/3 {r[ r c]}
    \override Stem #'stemlet-length = #0.5

\times 2/3 {c,8[ r r]} \times 2/3 {e[ r r]} \times 2/3 {r[ r g]} \times 2/3 {r[ r c]}
    \revert Stem #'stemlet-length \break

\times 2/3 {c,8[ d r]} \times 2/3 {e[ f r]} \times 2/3 {r[ g b]} \times 2/3 {r[ c g']}
    \override Stem #'stemlet-length = #0.5

\times 2/3 {c,,8[ d r]} \times 2/3 {e[ f r]} \times 2/3 {r[ g b]} \times 2/3 {r[ c g']}
}
\layout { ragged-right = ##t indent = #0 }


In every one of the stemlet beams except the penultimate one, beams that should be drawn flat are slanted, and beams that should be slanted are drawn flat. The angles and positioning of the beams without stemlets should be emulated by the beams with stemlets.

Marcus

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