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From: Rune Zedeler
Subject: concaveness-gap
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 18:10:37 +0200
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This example shows that something could definitely be improved on the algorithm that decides whether a set of beamed notes is concave.

I would consider the concaveness-gap an ugly hack. Isn't it possible to get sensible results only reading the concaveness-threshold?

\score {
    \notes \relative c'' {
        [c8 d e d' g, a b c]
    \paper { linewidth = -1 }


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