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Re: No space with lyric tie

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: Re: No space with lyric tie
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 14:16:54 +0100
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Arvid Grøtting escreveu:
\version "2.10.0"

\header {
  title = "Spacing with lyric tie"
  texidoc = "There should be some space when there's a lyric tie.
A hair space or thin space on either side of the undertie is good
workaround.  A regular space on either side also works, with one
side giving the same output as in 2.8.

\score {

  \context Score <<
    \relative c'' { c c c c }
    \addlyrics { fo~oh fo~_oh ba_~_ar ba_~az }
    \addlyrics { "fo‿oh" "fo ‿ oh" "fo ‿ oh" "fo ‿ oh" }
    \addlyrics { fo‿oh fo ‿ oh fo ‿ oh fo_‿_oh }  >>
  \layout {}

The tie has a negative space, so it is starts below the syllables
This was by request of Nancho, and he had scans to confirm that this is typesetting practice.


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