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Re: Accidentals

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Accidentals
Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2005 10:38:29 +0100
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Please reread what you just wrote and send a clarified version,
I don't understand what you mean.


J L wrote:

From: Paul Scott <address@hidden>
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Subject: Re: Accidentals
Date: Mon, 06 Dec 2004 23:15:39 -0700

A similar thing happened with a key signature change.
i.e. G major to A major resulted in F-natural + F-sharp & C-sharp & G-sharp

It would be good if there was a way to prohibit this.

\set Staff.printKeyCancellation = ##f

does that.

Maybe I didn't give a good example. By setting key cancellation to none, ALL key cancellations are not printed.

A major to E major in LilyPond would normally be F-natural + C-natural + G-natural + F-sharp + C-sharp + G-sharp + D-sharp. While normally, only F-sharp + C-sharp + G-sharp + D-sharp would be printed.

what about the other way around
E major to A major in LilyPond would normally be F-natural + C-natural + G-natural + D-natural + F-sharp + C-sharp + G-sharp. Normally, just F-sharp + C-sharp + G-sharp + D-natural would be printed.

Any ideas anyone?


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