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Re: Proposed chord name font (PDF included)

From: Kieren MacMillan
Subject: Re: Proposed chord name font (PDF included)
Date: Sun, 29 Jul 2007 15:29:20 -0400

Hello PabloZum,

It just *looks* as if it's a regular font. Actually, for instance, a sharp sign over a flat sign is scored just by pressing the semicolon key, and '11' stacked over '13'
by pressing the letter 'z' key, so that you can score a C7#11b13 chord
just by pressing four keys: "c7;z".

I think this could be (more easily!?) handled simply by defining a macro to "expand" your "shorthand" into "real" notation, e.g.,

    \ezChord { c7;z }

would end up (after macro-sization) as


Or am I misinterpreting you?


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