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Re: Bad spacing (gap) when large interval and accidental

From: James E. Bailey
Subject: Re: Bad spacing (gap) when large interval and accidental
Date: Sun, 8 Nov 2009 07:26:11 +0100

On 07.11.2009, at 23:08, Hudson Lacerda wrote:

Hi. The code below results in a gap between the last notes.
There is enough room below "d" (bottom staff) to draw the sharp of "fis".

P.S.: Concerning to "beams should not collide with accidentals" issue (#76), I think the clashes are a awful bug, since a score with collisions is hard to read. One takes effort and time to figure out if a black spot is a sharp or a
natural, if the duration is eight or 16th note, and so on.

\version "2.13.7"
\paper{ ragged-right=##t }
  << \relative c'' {d16 c a d,} \\
     \new Staff
     \relative c {\clef bass c!16 a d fis, } >>

I don't understand the problem here. There is enough room to write the sharp of fis because there needs to be a sharp for fis. If you remove the sharp and write only f, the spacing adjusts.

James E. Bailey

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