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Wed, 5 Jul 2006 10:36:30 +0200
Thanks for your response!
> Hi there!
> First, let me congratulate you all for your so successful efforts.
> Then, one questions:
> Is it possible to align vertically two key accidentals? It would be useful
> to write correctly a baroque-like “scordatura” (with \set
> Staff.keySignature = #'); in my particular case, a violin piece should begin
> with an A Major key signature, and at the same time I should neutralize
> every key sharp with a lower octave – vertically aligned flat: so that the
> 5th line sharp would be vertically aligned to a 1st space flat, and so on.
> If it were possible, the flat put to neutralize the 3rd space sharp should
> have the c’ ledger line; again: is it workable?
> Thank you for your help, and thanks again for your great job.
> Marino Lagomarsino
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