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## Re: Fragment with broken/torn/shredded staff lines

 From: MonAmiPierrot Subject: Re: Fragment with broken/torn/shredded staff lines Date: Sun, 4 Jan 2009 12:01:06 -0800 (PST)

Mark Polesky wrote:
>
> This should be closer to what you want, but I need to emphasize that
> it's not finished yet. It *is* possible to randomize the staff-line
> tear-lengths;
>

Mark,
That's GREAT!!! Exactly what I need!!!
The randomization is not important, it's just that when we have many staves
with the exact same "broken" end, it's not so elegant, but I repeat it: this
is a small detail.
Nicer would be to obtain the same thing in the left side, but this, as you
can imagine, is not as simple to use in a "nice" way: you can't (of course)
let a clef (or metro mark) stay just at the beginning of a "broken" staff,
but you can't  just get rid of it! At least you have to put a clef in
"parenthesis" or in a previous separate broken fragment, as produced with

\score {
\relative {
s1 \rightTear
}

BUT - as it is, it's very good.
Thanks a lot
Piero

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Piero Faustini, PhD student
Dipartimento di Scienze Storiche
Sezione musicologia
Università di Ferrara

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