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Re: hairpins ending at line break (or bar line)

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: hairpins ending at line break (or bar line)
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 11:31:11 +0100
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Kieren Richard MacMillan wrote:
As you can see, not only do I now have to adjust the stem direction -- to be "natural", and not "a la \voiceOne" -- but the spacing engine has not properly dealt with the time and key signature announcements.

Perhaps this is a bug? For regression testing, here's the relevant input (minimal case):

%% m001
    \time 6/4
b16 ef,( d cs) \ferSlur bf''4\fermata~( bf16 a) g-. fs-. fs( g) f-. ef-. << { d4 c\trill } \\ { s4\> s8. s16\! } >> |
%% m002
    \key bf \major \time 4/4

Any thoughts about improvements or workarounds?

I hope you realize the difference between
<<{...} {...}>> and <<{...} \\ {...}>>.
In the latter case, two separate voices will be created where the
first one has the stems pointing up and the second one pointing down.

If you just want to add some simultaneous spacing notes to insert the
dynamics and don't want to affect the stem directions, you should use
<< { d4 c\trill } { s4\> s8. s16\! } >> without the '\\'.


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