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Re: creating images for web pages

From: Patrick Horgan
Subject: Re: creating images for web pages
Date: Sun, 07 Aug 2011 21:51:04 -0700
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There's also lily2image.

$ lily2image
Usage:  lily2image  [-v] [-t] [-rN] [-fFORMAT] filename
    -v             print version number and quit
    -a            about - tell about us and exit
    -t            set background to transparent
    -r=N            set resolution to N (usually 72-2000)
    -f=FORMAT        set format to FORMAT one of:
                  jpeg, png, tiff, gif, pcx, bmp . . .
    -V=viewer        set image viewer, examp: -V=evince
    filename        a lilypond file
    -q            quiet mode - no echoes, error code on exit
    -p            show created image in a viewer

Created by Jonathan Kulp on this list.  It's a bash script that
automates a lot of the choices you might make.  Making the png
transparent is nice for web pages.  It's at


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