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## Re: StaffSymbol: line-positions

 From: Till Rettig Subject: Re: StaffSymbol: line-positions Date: Tue, 01 Apr 2008 17:45:04 +0300 User-agent: Thunderbird 2.0.0.12 (X11/20080227)

 ```\score{ \new Staff \with { \override StaffSymbol #' line-position = #' ( 6 3 0 -3 -6 ) }{ d' e' f' g' c'' } } In my idea the second example should print wider spaces and set the notes somhow off the lines, but it just prints the standard lines 4 2 0 -2 -4. Why is this so? ``` ``` Have you read the output produced by lilypond: Warnung: Eigenschafts-Typprüfung für »line-position« (backend-type?) kann nicht gefunden werden. vielleicht ein Tippfehler? And indeed, you forgot the final "s" in line-position*s*... BTW, your example shows a nasty bug with bar lines: They are drawn centered around 0, so if the staff lines are placed asymmetric, the bar line is off.. Cheers, Reinhold ``` Yeah, I tried it on a finnish Windows, and the messages get messed up because the command line doesn't support utf8 -- and I obviously didn't understand the message, either. But thanks to Mats I got it. About the bug: I thought I would write: this works only with symmetrical staff lines. As I understand everything is built around symmetrical staves, but when thinking about it there could be a need for having the staves positioned on an even number of half staff space positions, so it would'nt be anymore symmetrical. Can you add it to the bug tracker? Till ``` ```

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