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Re: Accidentals and Ledger Lines

From: foxfanfare
Subject: Re: Accidentals and Ledger Lines
Date: Wed, 5 Sep 2018 06:07:07 -0700 (MST)

Malte Meyn-3 wrote
> Of course you could use \override instead of \once \override but of 
> course that’s not optimal, therefore I’m forwarding this to the bug 
> list. The following code shows in which cases also a neighbouring ledger 
> line should be shortened and where there are ledger lines that are 
> shortened but shouldn’t be.

Thanks for answering and listing all the possibilities. Actually, I can't
set an override for the whole piece, because the accidental is moved from a
fixed point relative to the note. Result is a bug in chords:

\version "2.19.81"

\new Staff
\relative c' {
  <fis bis dis>1 |
\relative c' {
  \override Score.Accidental.X-offset = #-1.25
  <fis bis dis>1 |


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