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Re: bug in translate? 2.4.1

From: Paul Scott
Subject: Re: bug in translate? 2.4.1
Date: Thu, 11 Nov 2004 16:21:01 -0700
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Jan Nieuwenhuizen wrote:
Paul Scott writes:
In 2.4.1 this:

{ e^\markup{ \translate #cons( -1 0.1 ) { "Chrom." } } }

Should it

No, try

   { e^\markup{ \translate #(cons -1 0.1 ) { "Chrom." } } }


   { e^\markup{ \translate #'(-1 . 0.1) { "Chrom." } } }

Oops!!! Thanks. That works of course. I am somewhat used to scheme and know the difference but I'm much more familiar with other languages and the form of function notation that I tried to use here. I stared at that for a long time without seeing it.

Or am I reading the manual wrong?

Don't know.  Where did you read this?

The manual (7.4.3 Overview of text markup commands) is fine.  Just my eye.



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