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Re: Typesetting Gregorian Chants

From: Colin Hall
Subject: Re: Typesetting Gregorian Chants
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2013 22:25:20 +0000
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Francisco Vila writes:

> 2013/2/28 Colin Hall <address@hidden>:
>>> Ok, you're right. The code is this and here you can view the result
>>> https://www.dropbox.com/s/vp5hlx7gfuf91g1/Sanctus.pdf
>> What is wrong with that output? Please be as precise as possible.
> About morae: (they should look like dotted notes) The two dots above
> San- in the first *cough* measure belong and should go near previous
> notes.
> Another example about morae that confuses spacing is at the end of
> first line: a 'dotted' note produces the full barline to go right on
> top of the note.
> About accidentals: look at first occurrence of Do - minus, right over
> the hyphen: the flat is excessively far away from the note it belongs
> to. Another example is in the second line over 'ri' in glo-ri-a : the
> flat collides with the note it belongs to.

Thank you, Francisco, that's just about perfect!


Colin Hall

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