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Re: grace notes after repeat bar

From: James E. Bailey
Subject: Re: grace notes after repeat bar
Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 23:29:19 +0200

Am 06.04.2009 um 22:26 schrieb Lewis Overton:
Grace note synchronization can also lead to surprises. Staff notation, such as key signatures,
bar lines, etc., are also synchronized. Take care when you mix staves with grace notes and
staves without, for example,
The "solution" is to include skips in all other parts, for example:
This seems a little less than ideal (read "I consider it a bug"). One must alter one part to
accommodate characteristics of another part. Is there a way to avoid this problem which doesn't
involve putting stuff into a part which (arguably, I guess) isn't really present in that part?

While not a solution in the sense of what you're looking for, I find that a separate variable that can be added to all of the other parts containing appropriate grace skips useful i.e.,

skips = { s1*32 \grace s8 s1*18 \grace s8 }

James E. Bailey

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