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Accidental overlaying stem

From: Nick Payne
Subject: Accidental overlaying stem
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2010 08:21:29 +1000
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I think I have reported this before - a beamed note with an accidental on a ledger line above the stave has the accidental colliding with the stem of the previous note. For different notes it happens at different heights above the stave and also seems to depend on the length of the stem of the previous note:

\version "2.13.30"

\relative c' {
    \time 3/4
% \override Staff.Stem #'X-extent = #'(4 . 4)
\stemUp ais8[ bis'' ais] ais,[ bis'! ais] ais, [ais' ais] ais, [ais''! ais]

The second png shows the effect of activating the override, but the override doesn't work at all for the first B# and not to the extent that it should for the second last A#. How can I fix the problem - for the first B# in particular, as that's the actual problem I encountered in the score I'm engraving.


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