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Re: [2.14.2] cadenzaOn makes [ ] behave like ( ) with regards to lyrics
Re: [2.14.2] cadenzaOn makes [ ] behave like ( ) with regards to lyrics (regression vs 2.12)
Wed, 3 Aug 2011 09:18:33 +0200
2011/8/3 Frédéric Bron <address@hidden>:
> In the following code, no word is placed below the second eight note.
> Commenting \cadenzaOn or removing manual beaming  works fine.
> Manual beaming [ ] behaves like slur ( ).
> This worked in previous versions.
This is normal behaviour.
\cadenzaOn contains \set Timing.autoBeaming = ##f (which was maybe not
the case in 2.12).
Manual beaming [ ] behaves like slur ( ) because of the melisma rules
(which are based on common engraving practices), see NR 2.1.1
Common notation for vocal music > Multiple notes to one syllable
Notes are considered a melisma if they are manually beamed, providing
automatic beaming is switched off.
Use \set melismaBusyProperties = #'() if you do not want these
Xavier Scheuer <address@hidden>