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Re: Slashes in leadsheets

From: Thomas Morley
Subject: Re: Slashes in leadsheets
Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2012 02:06:54 +0100

Hi David,

2012/2/12 David Kastrup <address@hidden>:
> Thomas Morley <address@hidden> writes:
>> 2012/2/11 David Kastrup <address@hidden>:
>>> Thomas Morley <address@hidden> writes:
>>>> Personally I'd prefer sth like the attached. But it might not work
>>>> with the latest devel-version due to the changes with EventChord. (I
>>>> can't test it. "2.15.24" is currently my highest version.)
>>> I have not checked this in practice, but theoretically, the only
>>> affected function would appear to be keepOnlyFirstNote (or so), and
>>> since this function makes a difference only when there is more than one
>>> note, namely, when there _is_ an EventChord, I don't think that the
>>> EventChord changes should cause any difference here.
>>> Of course, if you use chord repetitions (q) here, keepOnlyFirstNote will
>>> only be able to do its job if you have already run \chordRepeats
>>> manually (instead of waiting for its automatic run at the start of
>>> typesetting).
> On second thought, it will repeat a chord that has already been reduced
> to a single note, and so again will do exactly what is needed.
>> as soon as I made an upgrade I'll test it.
> If it is important, I could do this myself, but actually I think that we
> need every active and attentive user we can get to test the current
> almost-before-stable-release versions on as much of their own code as
> feasible.
> --
> David Kastrup

just finished the upgrade to "2.15.29". Testing
compiles fine without any pronlem.

Other task? :)


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