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Re: Lily dances

From: Mike Solomon
Subject: Re: Lily dances
Date: Thu, 23 Dec 2010 10:48:11 +0100

On Dec 22, 2010, at 5:10 PM, Federico Bruni wrote:

2010/12/22 Mike Solomon <address@hidden>
Hey all,

I am embarking on a new project to make lily dance.

Attached are 3 files:

1) svgdance.svg (best viewed in something that's not Internet Explorer - click on the notes and/or accidentals and see what happens!)


Actually, only clicks on notes work here (FF4 and Opera), nothing happens if I click on accidentals.
Opera is the best (as usual with SVG), because the cursor changes when hovering upon clickable items.

I think the applications of this are broader than making grobs dance.  I am going to use it for a composition, but I think it can also be used for animated Schenker graphs, annotated scores, pedagogical sites, etc..

Well, I'm going to write some personal notes about LilyPond usage
and I'd like to render examples as SVG instead of PNG. So I'm very
interested in everything related to LilyPond and SVG :)
And I'm looking forward to point-and-click in SVG:


Point and click can likely be a subset of this metadata property.  What you would need to do is create a _javascript_ function that opened the .ly file at a given point (where this point was an argument to the function), and then have each drawn grob pass this function it's line # (and even column #) via the "onclick" attribute in its svg tag.


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