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Re: Odd output

From: Keith OHara
Subject: Re: Odd output
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2010 13:43:46 -0800
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On Fri, 17 Dec 2010 04:09:10 -0800, Phil Holmes <address@hidden> wrote:

The version that Chappell uses in the Mikado is attached.

It does break the usual rules about horizontal placement, and about when to 
cancel accidentals in another voice. But, with the beaming to clarify the 
timing and linking the voices, I did not notice any rules were broken --until I 
tried to produce it with Lilypond.

It would be reasonable to ask Lilypond to produce 'A' below on her own, and 
even better if she would offset the notes as in 'B' (which she does do for 
chords in one voice).  Probably a human should decide when to bend the rules to 
produce 'C'.

I think it helps to show the desired behavior in the tracker, and plan to put 
what is below in a comment to 1134, unless somebody either beats me to it or 
has second thoughts.

\relative c' { \time 2/8
  << s1*0^wrong
    { fis8 g } \\ { f f } >>
  << s1*0^A
    { fis8 g } \\ { f! f } >>
  << s1*0^B
    { fis8 g } \\
    { \once\override NoteColumn #'force-hshift = #1
      f! f } >>
  << s1*0^C
    #(set-accidental-style 'voice)
    { fis8[ g] } \\ {
      s64 f!8*7/8[ f] } >>

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