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Re: Grace notes, accidentals and docu problems ...

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: Re: Grace notes, accidentals and docu problems ...
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2002 23:10:38 +0200

address@hidden writes:
> 2. The idea of using space notes in a second voice does not work. I get at 
> most
>    something like
>    voice 1:    O  g    g    g
>    voice 2:    o'   o'   o'   o'
>    for <c2 {s8 \grace{ ... } s8 \grace{ ... } s8 \grace { ... } s8 }>
>        c,8 c,8 c,8 c,8
>    that is both grace notes and the notes of the second voice alternate.

Oh, I see .. You want to have the top and bottom notes be completely
independent. It's not possible currently. If you want to hack C++, you can
look into "loose columns" as a solution. If not, you can try faking
it, using \times and manually setting size properties.


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