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Re: \dynamic "f" \italic "subito" as one word

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: \dynamic "f" \italic "subito" as one word
Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 13:28:30 +0100
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The best way to move a text annotation further away from the stave is
to set the padding property. There are several examples in the
documentation and in the mailing list archives.

If you want a text like "f subito" to be treated exactly the
same as other dynamic indications, when it comes to positioning
you could define your own dynamic as described in


Albert Einstein wrote:
I need to move down f subito. To do this \dynamic f \italic subito must be declared as one word.
What changes must be set into this command in v 2.2.5:

r8_\markup{\combine "" \translate #'( 0 . -1 ) \word #" \dynamic "f" \italic "subito" "}


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