Hi Mark and Aaron,
thanks for your suggestions. I'll go with Aaron's because a) it
does'n't rely on changing an unrelated element (the stem
direction) and forces me to deviate from the source and b) because
it seems to surgically remove the layout constraint that caused
Am 14.01.19 um 13:08 schrieb Urs Liska:
an appoggiatura with the main note having the stem downwards the
appoggiatura's slur will cross the stem, see the first of the two
instances in this example:
\appoggiatura d''4 c''
\appoggiatura d'4 c'
A client requests me to shorten the slurs so not to cross the
stem. Is there a more convenient and consistent solution to this
short of \shape-ing each slur individually?
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