lilypond-user
[Top][All Lists]
Advanced

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

## Re: GDP: welcome, helpers!

 From: Graham Percival Subject: Re: GDP: welcome, helpers! Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 12:44:07 -0700 User-agent: Icedove 1.5.0.12 (X11/20070607)

```Trevor Bača wrote:
```
```Something like this? These are the closing measures of the first
movement of the Ravel sonatine.
```
```
Other than the things you mentioned, looks great.  See it in action here:
http://opihi.cs.uvic.ca/~gperciva/lilypond/Documentation/index.html

```
One note: click on the image, and see the source. All the headwords will have the same \paper{} section; you simply create great stuff in the "ly snippet" section. This way you should be able to see exactly what the doc output will look like.
```
```
If you'd rather have the headwords with slightly different specifications (larger font, slightly changed line-widths), that's possible... but I'd like every headword to have the same specs.
```
```
Don't miss the #(set-global-staff-size) -- that should be placed inside the cut-&-paste section. I'll file a bug report about that.
```

```
One concern: is Ravel mutopia-worthy? How long has he been dead? I hate to ask, but... :(
```

```
```2. Is there a way to set slur attachment points to *end-of-stem*
rather than notehead? The two-note chordal slurs would look better
that way. If it's intensely manual I don't wanna mess with it; but if
there's a smart way to make that specification, then cool.
```
```
```
IIRC this feature was removed in 1.6 or so (because it wasn't a smart way :) and was never re-implemented (in a smart way).
```
Cheers,
- Graham

```

reply via email to

 [Prev in Thread] Current Thread [Next in Thread]