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Re: Stick glyph?

From: Eduardo Vieira
Subject: Re: Stick glyph?
Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2006 07:22:08 -0300

There are three workarounds I can think of: 
1- If you have these glyphs in a musical font, use them as markups, changing 
the default font with the musical one. 
2- Use PostScript. One can insert a PostScript code as a markup. For us that 
don't know PostScript, we could make the glyph in CorelDraw, Illustrator, 
Mayura Draw (inexpensive) or Inkscape (Open Source), 
then export do PostScript and insert the code (I never tried that yet) 
3-Save the glyph as an EPS and insert it in the file. 

I hope this helps. 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Vivian Barty-Taylor 
To: address@hidden 
Sent: Thursday, July 06, 2006 8:28 AM 
Subject: Stick glyph? 

I need a graphic for indicating "hard sticks" in a percussion part (and 
later also for "soft sticks".) These are simple signs which just look like a 
percussion stick (!) with either a solid or outlined head. These don't seem 
to exist in the Feta font, and I'm wondering if anyone knows of a simple 
workaround for getting them? 



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