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Wed, 07 Apr 2004 18:02:52 -0700
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Ferenc Wagner wrote:
With language english and octaves relative 'e' gives me a sharp ('s')
and 'i' gives me a flat ('f'). Since 'is' is sharp and 'es' is flat in
several languages that seems reversed.
Paul Scott <address@hidden> writes:
Don't forget about the quick-note-insert mode (lyqi) in
Emacs. It provides a good bunch of things, can even
transpose and relativise parts.
I had never heard of this before. I just looked and don't
know where to find it in the manual. Is it there?
Probably not. It should be part of the Emacs mode, but it's
It does have one or two problems when the default language
is English - sharp and flat are reversed and I don't a
quick way to cancel a flat.
Hmm, it works for me. I use version 0.2.4 from
What key do you use to cancel a flat or sharp?
I just downloaded it following instructions on his web site but now I
see I *do* have an earlier version. Examining that lisp code the error
is clear but I will install a newer version and see what happens.
Ok I see that I haven't correctly installed the newer version which
indeed does have this bug fixed.
Re: Basic questions about LilyPond., Michael Welsh Duggan, 2004/04/07
Re: Basic questions about LilyPond., Aaron, 2004/04/07
Re: Basic questions about LilyPond., Hans Forbrich, 2004/04/07