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Re: beams across barline

From: Pedro Kroger
Subject: Re: beams across barline
Date: Sun, 14 Sep 2003 12:17:09 -0300
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.4i

* Han-Wen Nienhuys (address@hidden) wrote:
> > There is a bug in 1.9.x with beams across barlines (it was working in
> > 1.8 for sure). The note _before_ the beamed group gets a stem with the
> > same size and direction of the stem of the beamed notes, as if it were
> > part of the group. Here is an example:
> > 
> > \score  {
> >     \notes \relative c' {
> >         \time 2/4
> >         b'4. [g8 d ees e'] dis ~
> >         dis4 [b'8 fis g, aes,] g4 ~
> >         [g8 ees' bes' b'!] cis4 
> >     }
> > }

> Beams are postfix too.

Of course this solved my problem, but on a second thought, shouldn't
the behavior be changed when unbeamed notes like 1/4 is (accidentally
or not) put inside a beamed group like c4[ d'8 e f g] ? Sure lilypond
tells "warning: stem doesn't fit in beam:" but maybe the behavior
should be 1) not beam at all or 2) beam only the "beamble" group (the
8ths in my example) and disregard the first note. I prefer 2) What do
you think?



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