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Re: how to beam non-tuplets with tuplets?

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: how to beam non-tuplets with tuplets?
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2007 21:22:19 +0200
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Valentin Villenave wrote:

2007/9/11, Neil Puttock <address@hidden>:
Well, I'm no programmer, so that could explain why I've never given it a
second thought.

Still; you're used to write

(inside parentheses), and not

outside( parentheses)

aren't you? :)

The problem is, as Mats says, it's not specific to beaming; it applies
equally to things like slurs and ties. If a snippet is to be submitted to
LSR, it needs to be more generalized.

I tried to make it general in the following snippet

As always, please correct me if you notice English aberrations...
Fine, but I'm sure we will see the same basic question coming
back in other situations, where the curly braces instead belong
to a \repeat{...} or \relative{...} or \grace{...} or ... and sooner or
later we will exhaust both snippet writers as well as the users
trying to search the growing amount of snippets.

The solution is to try to make the general principles as clear as
possible in the manual, so you don't have to include a specific
example of every single special case in the LSR.


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