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Re: Phrasing slur bug?

From: Stewart Holmes
Subject: Re: Phrasing slur bug?
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2006 19:38:50 +0000 (UTC)
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Han-Wen Nienhuys <hanwen <at> lilypond.org> writes:

> Stewart Holmes escreveu:
> > I was on 2.8.6. I just upgraded to the latest stable, but I still get the 
> > thing happening. There's definitely something up here. Try the following:
> > 
> > Notice that the slur on the second line is now correctly reshaped. The 
> > difference between these 2 examples is the placement of '\(', the start of 
> > phrasing slur.
> I agree that this is strange, but this is not guaranteed to work like 
> you expect, since the ordering is not well defined. If you want to 
> change control-points, set a callback on control-points
>   \override #'control-points = #(lambda (grob)
>     ..stuff.. )

Thanks for your reply Han-Wen. Is there any chance you could modify my example 
to make it work? My scheme knowledge isn't advanced enough to understand how 
to do the next step.


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