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Re: Horizontal shift

From: PMA
Subject: Re: Horizontal shift
Date: Sat, 23 Oct 2010 13:25:52 -0400
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Mea culpa!  The arpeggio is *not* overlapping "legitimate" rest glyphs,
but only the glyph I substituted, that happens to jut a hair rightwards!

Still, as I'm stubborn enough to stick to that choice, your suggested
"...extra-offset..." has solved the problem in both aspects -- applying
either a positive value to Arpeggio, or a negative one to Rest.

Thanks and greetings back!

Vicente Solsona wrote:
On Sat, 23 Oct 2010 02:35:24 +0200, PMA <address@hidden> wrote:

Hi List.

I have a LilyPond score in which an arpeggiated chord tends to be preceded by
a rest.  And too often, the arpeggio glyph overlaps its preceding rest.

How can I shift horizontally -- either the rest slightly leftwards, or the arpeggio
glyph itself ever-so-slightly rightwards?

I tried "-\tweak #'X-offset #-1" just before "\arpeggio", but LilyPond hated this.

Have I overlooked something obvious?
Thanks in advance!

try something like this:

\once \override Arpeggio #'extra-offset = #'(-1 . 0)
<c e g>\arpeggio



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