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## Re: Flamenco notation, something for LSR?

**From**: |
Oscar van Eijk |

**Subject**: |
Re: Flamenco notation, something for LSR? |

**Date**: |
Wed, 19 Mar 2008 07:29:26 +0100 |

Of course, reserved space, that was the problem :-S
Thanks to you both!
@Mats, is it correct that objects, once 'switched off' with #'stencil =
##f, can't be switched on anymore?
When I try, I get:
warning: type check for `stencil' failed; value `#t' must be of type
`unknown'
Oscar
On Tue, 2008-03-18 at 22:12 +0100, Mats Bengtsson wrote:
>* Quoting Marc Hohl <address@hidden>:*
>* *
>* > On Tuesday 18 March 2008 18:38:59 Oscar van Eijk wrote:*
>* ...*
>* > It looks great, the arrows are much better than \rtoe/\ltoe, but *
>* > there is some*
>* > small problem left. You blanked the tuplets, but it looks as lilypond*
>* > reserves the space for the tuplet number - look at bars 3 and 4.*
>* > A simple and probably sufficient workaround is the command*
>* > \tupletDown. I put it in your definition*
>* >*
>* > tupletsOff = {*
>* > \tupletDown*
>* > \override TupletNumber #'transparent = ##t*
>* > \override TupletBracket #'transparent = ##t*
>* > }*
>* *
>* Well, a much better solution is described in*
>* http://lsr.dsi.unimi.it/LSR/Item?id=337*
>* for tuplet brackets in particular and in *
>* http://lilypond.org/doc/v2.11/Documentation/user/lilypond-learning/Visibility-and-color-of-objects#Visibility-and-color-of-objects*
>* for any object (such as a TupletNumber) in general (what I have in mind *
>* is \override TupletNumber #'stencil = ##f ).*
>* *
>* /Mats*
>* *

**Flamenco notation, something for LSR?**, *Oscar van Eijk*, `2008/03/18`
**Re: Flamenco notation, something for LSR?**, *Marc Hohl*, `2008/03/18`
**Re: Flamenco notation, something for LSR?**, *Mats Bengtsson*, `2008/03/18`
**Re: Flamenco notation, something for LSR?**,
*Oscar van Eijk* **<=**
**Re: Flamenco notation, something for LSR?**, *Mats Bengtsson*, `2008/03/19`
**Re: Flamenco notation, something for LSR?**, *Oscar van Eijk*, `2008/03/19`
**Re: Flamenco notation, something for LSR?**, *Marc Hohl*, `2008/03/20`
**Re: Flamenco notation, something for LSR?**, *Valentin Villenave*, `2008/03/20`