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Re: Piano staff, single staff polyphony and lyrics

From: Jonathan Kulp
Subject: Re: Piano staff, single staff polyphony and lyrics
Date: Tue, 07 Oct 2008 16:51:38 -0500
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Ah. I see the problem now. I guess Kieren's suggestion is probably the way to go. It might be possible to store the override in a variable instead of having to do it repeatedly in the code. I've never used this override, though, so I don't know. Good luck!


Ari Torhamo wrote:
ti, 2008-10-07 kello 14:46 -0500, Jonathan Kulp kirjoitti:
Hmm. I thought the code I put there gave what you're describing. See image attached. The slur is on the stem side, nowhere near the notehead. Is this not what you meant? I'm using version 2.11.61 if that makes a difference.

Here's the code used for attached image, only slightly different from before but with no visible difference in output on my end:

\version "2.11.61"

\relative c' { fis2^( ~ fis4 g c,) }

Now I found out what's happening. You method works otherwise, but for
some reason not when used for two adjacent notes. The first slur in my
score happens to be between two adjacent notes :-) Any workaround?

Kind thanks


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