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Re: [Issue?] hiding Accidental(s) on tied note(s) after a line break

From: Joe Neeman
Subject: Re: [Issue?] hiding Accidental(s) on tied note(s) after a line break
Date: Fri, 02 Oct 2009 19:12:15 -0700

On Thu, 2009-10-01 at 13:53 -0700, Jonathan Wilkes wrote:
> On Saturday 30 May 2009 10:23:31 pm Werner LEMBERG wrote:
> > >  shortest note playing here.")
> > >       (shortest-starter-duration ,ly:moment? "The duration of the
> > >  shortest note that starts here.")
> > > +     (hide-tied-accidental-after-break ,boolean? "If set, an accidental
> > > +that appears on a tied note after a line break will not be displayed")
> > >       (side-axis ,number? "If the value is @code{#X} (or
> > >  address@hidden@code{0}), the object is placed horizontally next to
> > >  the other object.  If the value is @code{#Y} address@hidden@code{1}, it 
> > > is
> >
> > Joe, items in define-grob-properties.scm are sorted alphabetically.
> > Please move it to the right location.
> Oops, I had originally named it show-tied-accidental-after-break.
> Thanks,
> Joe
> Hi Joe,
>      I have a quick question about this property you've added (which is 
> wonderful, btw):
> 1) Should tied accidentals after line breaks be suppressed by default?

I don't know; that was the previous default value, so I left it the
same. I don't mind particularly if someone wants to change it.

> I've looked through some scores, and even thought there's more examples 
> than I thought there would be that show tied accidentals after breaks 
> (mainly orchestral scores, and mainly 20th century pieces from the 70s) 
> it seems in the vast majority of cases they aren't shown.
> On a related note, I like your original property name above, but I guess it
> would cause problems to change it now.

Again, I won't object if someone else wants to change it (as long as
there's a convert-ly rule).


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