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Re: the acciaccatura collides with the staff

From: James E. Bailey
Subject: Re: the acciaccatura collides with the staff
Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2009 15:51:14 +0100

El 14.02.2009, a las 03:23, Marc Mouries escribió:

On Feb 12, 2009, at 3:36 AM, Francisco Vila wrote:

2009/2/12 Marc <address@hidden>:

%% the acciaccatura collides with the staff

\version "2.12.2"
\include "english.ly"

\paper{ ragged-right=##t }
\relative g'' {
d4  \acciaccatura cs'8 d

What's the collision here? Only the slur is a bit clashing with the
ledger line, but I'd not call this a collision.

You say it is a bit clashing but you'd not call this a collision. Note that clash is a synonym of collision. Anyway, the bug is that the acciaccatura is badly printed. I would not qualify the superposition as small because the bug makes the acciaccatura printed on the ledger line and the slur is superposed with the ledger line.

Is there an established process at Lilypond to qualify bugs?
This is how it is printed on my machine.


Let me know if you need anything else from me to get this qualified as a bug and fixed.

At the very least, you can look to see if something similar is on the bug tracker, and if not, submit it as a feature request.

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