|Sorry, I'll be more clear. The first example in section 4.3.1 of the Learning Manual explains how to make objects invisible. The \override command used there is discussed in great detail three sections earlier, in section 4.1.4. There, you'll also note two different ways of canceling the \override command.|
Also, it's better to always keep all questions on the lilypond-user list.
And, if you haven't already, may I highly recommend reading the entire Learning Manual. It's not very long, discusses just about everything you'd want to do, and when you have very tricky questions, you can always find the answers to more complicated questions in the Notation Reference. I cannot recommend reading the Learning Manual highly enough. It will greatly improve your ability to use LilyPond.
On 18.06.2009, at 13:23, Kalen Mercer wrote:
I don't think I quite specified what I am trying to say. I do know how to make objects invisible with the \remove function in \layout. But I am wanting to add a few bar lines here and there and a bar line to end the piece. When I write a bar line, however, there is, of course, no bar line because of \remove. Is there a way to turn on and off the \remove function within the music?
On Jun 18, 2009, at 12:12 AM, "James E. Bailey" <address@hidden
On 18.06.2009, at 03:30, Kalen Mercer wrote:
Yes, you'll want to see in the Learning Manual on how to make objects invisible.