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Re: A suggestion: add \rf to built-in dynamics

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: A suggestion: add \rf to built-in dynamics
Date: Sun, 05 Jan 2020 23:46:20 +0100
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Wols Lists <address@hidden> writes:

> On 05/01/20 17:22, Malte Meyn wrote:
>> Am 05.01.20 um 18:11 schrieb Wols Lists:
>>> Anyways, I'll give you a little tip, and attach my "dynamics.ily" file.
>>> All my custom dynamics live in here,  and I include it in any work that
>>> might need them.  I'm *guessing* that it's very similar to the standard
>>> definitions that exist in lilypond, […]
>> No, it isn’t. Your commands produce TextScripts, not DynamicTexts, so
>> they are not vertically aligned with other dynamics. This is how the
>> standard definitions look like:
>>     sfzp = #(make-dynamic-script "sfzp")
> Okay. That's fine for things like sfzp, but I've got things like "piu
> f", "molto ff", and looking at it, it looks like piu and molto are in a
> different font. Iirc, the dynamics font is missing a bunch of
> characters, which could be why.
> So how would I get that effect? Just putting the whole in a
> make-dynamic-script is likely to result in a garbled mess.

Is it?

piu-f = #(make-dynamic-script #{ \markup { \normal-text \italic piu f } #})

{ c''1\piu-f }

> (Sorry I'm not trying it out right now, but I'm reading emails, not
> doing lilypond and looking for a piece to check it out on :-)

That's a problem if your mail client is not your LilyPond IDE.

David Kastrup

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