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more refman.itely stuff

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: more refman.itely stuff
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 01:42:10 +0100

address@hidden writes:
> I'm working on proof-reading the manual. From refman.itely starting on
> line 1721:
> This example shows two examples of the same music giving different
> accidentals depending on the order in which the notes occur in the
> input file:
> @lilypond[raggedright,fragment,verbatim]
> \set Staff.autoAccidentals = #'( Staff (any-octave . 0) )
> cis'4 <c'' c'> r2 | cis'4 <c' c''> r2
> | <cis' c''> r | <c'' cis'> r | 
> @end lilypond
> I'm not entirely clear what this example is supposed to illustrate.  Am
> I missing something, or does the example need to be altered?

It illustrates hairy borderline cases for accidentals. I vote to
remove it.

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