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Re: lilypond bug 2368

From: Mark Mathias
Subject: Re: lilypond bug 2368
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2012 13:19:24 -0400

I hope someone can help you do what you wish. It's definitely beyond my level of expertise. From my point of view on the bug squad, this doesn't look like something that needs to be handled by us, so I'm going to suggest that future correspondence on this issue not be sent to the bug squad.

2012/4/24 Karol Majewski <address@hidden>
Thank you Phil.

Dear LilyPond friends: Janek, Phil, Colin,

I have another big problem now. I'm trying to find a global setting that
would allow to ignore collisions between ties and accidentals. For me, a
tie-accidental collision looks a way better than a shifted tie - especially
in tied chords in which one of the ties is unnaturaly shifted horizontaly.
I'm almost sure that it is possible to achieve this, but I don't know how.

Best wishes

PS Janek, I saw that report. I really appreciate your contribution :)

W dniu 13 kwietnia 2012 16:10 użytkownik Phil Holmes

> **
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* Karol Majewski <address@hidden>
> *To:* Janek Warchoł <address@hidden>
> *Cc:* LilyPond Developmet Team <address@hidden> ; Lilypond Bugs<address@hidden>
> *Sent:* Wednesday, April 11, 2012 7:33 PM
> *Subject:* Re: lilypond bug 2368
> OK, thanks for explanation! Actually, I've menaged to solve my problem by
> entering hidden notes with unHidden slur in separate voice. Now the tie
> refers to the right notes and appeals to my sense of aesthetic - despite
> colliding with an accidental (take a look at the attachment).
> Janek, I'm not a student of Politechnika Warszawska - neither former nor
> present. I'm a former student of Akademia Muzyczna w Gdańsku :)
> Best Wishes
> Karol Majewski
> Check my suggestion at
> - it works better
> and is designed for this.
>  --
> Phil Holmes
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