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Subject: [Lilypond-auto] [LilyIssues-auto] [testlilyissues:issues] Ticket 1907 discussion
Date: Tue, 02 Jan 2018 16:55:41 -0000

in file chord-name.scm there is this function:

(define (accidental->markup-italian alteration)
"Return accidental markup for ALTERATION, for use after an italian chord root name."
(if (= alteration 0)
(make-hspace-markup 0.2)
(make-hspace-markup (if (= alteration FLAT) 0.57285385 0.5))
(make-raise-markup 0.7 (alteration->text-accidental-markup alteration))
(make-hspace-markup (if (= alteration SHARP) 0.2 0.1))

and there lies the problem.

the raise of 0.7 is too much, and is not related to the font-size property, so if you set a small font-size, the sharp and flat sign will not be raised proportionally.

in my opinion even the space between the note name and the alteration is too much.

Here you can see much scores with italian chords taken from the web:

as you can see, the flat and sharp symbols are not raised

[issues:#1907] accidentals in chordNames have diffferent vertical alignment depending on language

Status: Accepted
Created: Tue Sep 20, 2011 01:41 PM UTC by Anonymous
Last Updated: Tue Jan 02, 2018 04:53 PM UTC
Owner: nobody

Originally created by: *anonymous

Originally created by: address@hidden

%accidental placement in chord names is different in different languages.

\chords { fis es }

\new ChordNames { \germanChords \chordmode { fis es } }

\new ChordNames { \italianChords \chordmode { fis es } }

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