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Mon, 24 Oct 2005 16:22:29 +0200
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I was surprised the first 5', and I then got used to it, and in
practice, it makes more sense than
it seems at first sight. For instance, it allows me to not change the
key in the middle of a piece if
for a few bars only, and change my mind later, if the few bars expand
into much more, without having to
check the pitches.
I got used to this up to a point where Finale - which reacts more or
less the way you would
like Lilypond to - gives me headache, and my Finale scores are crippled
with typos :-(
Luís Marques wrote:
I was surprised by that behaviour too. But that's just the way it is.
Given that that seems unnatural for new users, though, I wonder if it
wouldn't make sense to change the (default) behaviour.
On 10/24/05, VarDavid <address@hidden> wrote:
I have downloaded your latest version of Lilypond, and began working with.
I found that when using a scale (i.e. E flat minor), it is still necessary
to use es and is for notes like A, B, etc.
Please let me know if I missed something in the tutorial or in your
If not, please consider make the note follow the key, unless the arranger
decides to make them natural (Beccare). I believe it will simplify using
your nice application, shorten the command list, and ease arrangement.
Thank you for your help,
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