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Tue, 17 Feb 2004 13:13:09 +0000
>It clearly looks like a bug, so why didn't you send it to bug-lilypond
>(as you notice, I include a copy to that list).
I was not sure it was a bug. It could very well have been a loose nut
behind my keyboard.
>It's a long time since we discussed the use of the mailing lists, but
>if I recall correctly, the idea of the lilypond-development list was to
>use it to discuss the development versions and use lilypond-user mainly
>for issues on the stable versions and general questions.
If that is the case then I should be in the right place.
>- Why not exploit the fact that in the << voice1 \\ voice2 >> construct,
> voice1 will automatically get \stemUp and voice2 will get stemDown?
>- In the upper voice, you can replace the invisible notes with spacer
> notes 's', to save some typing.
I recall that when I first coded this bit I had to resort to invisible
notes because I needed a slur to connect adjacent note heads which were in
different voices. Placing invisible notes in the same voice allowed me to
attach them to the same point in space as the visible note head in the
other voice. Has this changed? Was I mistaken? Is there a simpler way to
David Bobroff <=