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Sat, 27 Jan 2001 18:49:58 -0500
I have some more lily questions. I hope you don't mind me asking. I
really try finding the answers on my own, usually for a few hours.
1. I have a score with soprano, alto, tenor, and bass parts on
seperate staves and I have a treble and bass "piano reduction"
aligned vertically below the four parts. I'd like the treble and
bass clef staves to be in a smaller font and have smaller notes in
them. Is this possible? The only thing that looked like it might
work from input/test was cue-notes.ly, but I compiled that file and
all the notes were the same size.
2. Same music example as above. How can I tell lily to put more
vertical space between the 4 parts and the piano reduction, to help
set them apart?
3. Some Dover editions use two small slanted and parallel lines on the
left and right hand sides to further distinguish between main parts
and reductions. Is this possible?
4. Is it possible to rotate 90 degrees the text that goes in
Staff.instrument? It's hard to have a long instrument name without
going off the page now.
5. I have a \mark at the beginning of a piece (not attached to a
note). I'd like the \mark text to go below the bass clef in a
staff with a treble and bass clef, but right now it's put above the
treble cleff staff. I've tried many variations of: "\property
Staff.markDirection = \down" to no avail. The best effect I got
was to get the text in between the treble and bass clefs.
6. How do you print sharp and flat signs inside of a \mark?
- lily questions...,
David Petrou <=