|Subject:||compond time signatures in 2.6.0 documentation|
|Date:||Wed, 6 Jul 2005 12:34:31 -0500|
The problem is the old '\musicglyph #"scripts-stopped"' doesn't work anymore and '\column' now inserts spaces between the numbers in a column, not what we want for compound time signatures.
Mehmet recently inspired me to transcribe the original Universal Edition (1925), of Schoenberg's Opus 25 Keyboard Suite. It forced me to learn tons of new ways of doing things in Lilypond, including compound time signatures, which do not work very well in 2.6.0.
It started with Mehmet asking for a way to put 'Natuarals on all notes'. Unfortunately, putting a natural on the first occurance of each unaltered note in a measure still eludes us. It turns out that '\natuaral' is just a TextScript to be used in conjunction with the '\trill' Script and not an accidental at all. Nicolas' '\forceAlteration' puts a natural or accidental in every note, not just the first occurance of every note within a measure.
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