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RE: Patch for lily/

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: RE: Patch for lily/
Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2004 23:15:47 +0100

address@hidden writes:
> My first thought was that hyphens at end of staff lines should never
> disappear, even if there is not enough space. I consider this more important
> because it is more frequent, and it is better to have the hyphen a bit
> extended beyond the bar line than to have no hyphen at all.

I have fixed this.

> When two syllables are very close to each other, the hyphen should disappear
> and the syllables should be moved so there is no distance between them. But
> in some languages some letters are hyphenated specially so if you want to
> 'unhyphenate' them you should change the syllables as well (for example in
> Hungarian word the word 'far': 'messze'  is hyphenated 'mesz -- sze'). This
> is one weak point of all notation programs :-) 

I've added the possibility of preventing hyphen removal in CVS. Note
that with default settings for spacing lyrics, hyphens won't be
removed in mid-line anyway.


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