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Re: polychords: a working solution

From: Thomas Morley
Subject: Re: polychords: a working solution
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 23:05:10 +0100

Hi Jean-Alexis,

2012/2/5 Jean-Alexis Montignies <address@hidden>:
>> as remarked here:
>> there are some problems with "polychord-column".
>> I changed it to the new "dir-column-line".
>> But in both cases the chords are aligned with their root. Depending
>> whether an accidental is added or not the horizontal line is more or
>> less raised (especially when you add \override ChordNames.ChordName
>> #'font-size = #6 or sth like that to enlarge the ChordNames).
>> I'm not sure how it _should_ look, what do you think?
>> Regards,
>>  Harm
>> <><polychordsDemo-rev-01.png>_______________________________________________
>> lilypond-user mailing list
>> address@hidden
> It sure does look even better!
> To be perfect, we should add some thickness to the line. I could look into 
> that next time I'm doing a score with polychords.
> Anyway, I think your code should be in the snippets and it has more uses that 
> just polychords ! :)
> Thanks!
> Jean-Alexis

on purpose to add it to the LSR I tried to downgrade the functions to
"2.12.12", but I failed. :(
Do you think it makes sense to add them anyway, using the [needs LSR
upgrade]-feature? They will not be approved or listed until the LSR is


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