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Re: \repeatTie does not hide TabNoteHead of tied note

From: Federico Bruni
Subject: Re: \repeatTie does not hide TabNoteHead of tied note
Date: Wed, 02 Aug 2017 00:11:12 +0200

Ok, apparently I forgot \hideSplitTiedTabNotes.
The thing is: I associate this name only with ties split over a line break.
However, an alias named \hideRepeatedTiedTabNotes sounds too long?

Anyway, documentation is clear. I just need to memorize it.

"Ties over a line break are parenthesized by default. The same holds for the second alternative of a repeat." "The command \hideSplitTiedTabNotes cancels the behavior of engraving fret numbers in parentheses:"

Il giorno mar 1 ago 2017 alle 16:14, Federico Bruni <address@hidden> ha scritto:

Can't remember/find if I've made this answer before.
In the following example, you see that \repeatTie does not hide TabNoteHead, while the TabNoteHead in the first volta is hidden.
Don't know if this is intended...

\version "2.19.46"

mus = \relative c' {
 \repeat volta 2 {
   c2 d~ |
 \alternative {
   { d2 e }
% Inconsistent (?) behaviour unless you uncomment the following line
     %\once\hide TabNoteHead
     d2\repeatTie c

\score {
 \new StaffGroup <<
   \new Staff { \clef "treble_8" \mus }
   \new TabStaff \mus
 \layout { }

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