|From:||Maarten de Keijzer|
|Subject:||RE: Using the Piano template|
|Date:||Wed, 2 Jun 2010 21:56:37 +0200|
Thanks Phil !
The dynamics now indeed line up (as desired).
The fingerPositions commands had been deleted; after several (non successful) trials I started using ^ and _ where needed.
I will try this out in a new ‘project’ in near future, as well as the ‘override Script direction’.
Congratulations on the Scarlatti - it looks excellent. I'm not an expert on the template, since I've never used it, but can give you some help. Thoughts on your questions:
1. This is caused by the line \override DynamicText #'extra-offset = #'(0 . 2.5) on line 632 of the source. If you delete that or comment it out, the dynamics and the dynamic variations will line up - it has the effect of spacing dynamic text 2.5 units lower.
2. I can't find any trace of a command \set fingerPositions. Section 1.7.1 of the Reference (the selected snippets) documents \set fingeringOrientations = #'(up) as providing this functionality. If I get rid of the explicit positions in the initial part of your music and use this command, I do get the fingerings above the bar.
3. You can use the command \override Script #'direction = #UP to set all script items (this includes the articulations) to be above the note.
I think the others have already been answered. Let me know how you get on.
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