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Re: Lines connecting notes (glissandi)

From: -Eluze
Subject: Re: Lines connecting notes (glissandi)
Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2012 01:18:13 -0800 (PST)

Siska Ádám-4 wrote:
> Hello list,
> I'm investigating how one could implement a glissando. So far, I've found
> three solutions:
> - \glissando itself
> - \makeClusters with a single note instead of a chord
> - \markup (with \beam, \path or \postscript)
> while \glissando is a simple solution, it gives a very narrow line --
> which I didn't find how I could make thicker -- and there's absolutely no
> control over the shape of the line (so one can't make a non-linear
> glissando with it). \makeClusters solves this last question, however, the
> line -- even if one uses a single note, e.g. \makeClusters { d4 e d' } --
> would be very thick, and I didn't find a way to make it narrower (to make
> my point clear, ideally I'd need a line which has the exact height of a
> filled notehead). Of course, I could do whatever I wanted with markup
> graphics, however, if possible, I'd like to solve this without markups.
did you try 

\override Glissando #'thickness = #8

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