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## Re: shift accidental in chord

 From: Damian leGassick Subject: Re: shift accidental in chord Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2008 16:53:03 +0000

```hi kieren

what i need is this:

\version "2.11.38"

{
\override Stem #'transparent = ##t
<d'! ees'bes' b'!>
}

to become:

```

```

```
which is a standard way to show that both b-flat and b-natural are simultaneous
```
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it's for a webern reduction - so changing the b-flat to a-sharp isn't really an option
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the issue has come up a few times on the list - how to move the accidental of just one note within a chord
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i know how to fake it - i was just wondering if there was a simpler tweak
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cheers

d

On 18 Feb 2008, at 16:26, Kieren MacMillan wrote:

```
```Hi Damian,

Just to confirm... are you looking for

\version "2.11.38"
{ \set Staff.extraNatural = ##t beses' bes' }

```
i.e., to correct a previous accidental on the same note in the same bar?
```
```
If not, please give a good reason for having both accidentals but no "split stem", so we can better help you get Lilypond to do what you want.
```
Cheers,
Kieren.
```
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```

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