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Re: Problem with articulate.ly

From: Mark Mathias
Subject: Re: Problem with articulate.ly
Date: Sat, 5 May 2012 08:20:50 -0400

Dr. Chubb,

Your comment that an appoggiatura should only be one note seems to disagree
with the LilyPond documentation:

>From my point of view on the Bug Squad, this doesn't appear to be a bug
unless perhaps someone feels that the documentation should be revised

Best Wishes,

Bug Squad

On Sun, Apr 29, 2012 at 6:26 PM, Peter Chubb <address@hidden>wrote:

> >>>>> "Nick" == Nick Payne <address@hidden> writes:
> Nick> The example below builds without error and gives the output I
> Nick> want.  However, if I include articulate.ly, then the output is
> Nick> garbaged even though I haven't used \unfoldRepeats \articulate,
> Nick> and I get the following warnings in the log:
> That's because you have a two-note argument to \appogiature.  Use
> \grace instead --- an appogiatura should only be one note.  Articulate
> changes the default meaning of appoggiatura so the ornament steals
> time from the principal note not the preceding note.
> Nick> /home/nick/lilypond/examples/test.ly:8:59: warning: already have
> Nick> a beam \times 4/6 { a32[( g) fis( g) \appoggiatura { fis16 [ g]
> Nick> } a32 g] } warning: cannot end slur warning: unterminated slur
> --
> Dr Peter Chubb                                  peter.chubb AT
> nicta.com.au
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