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pp subitio

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: pp subitio
Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2001 09:15:09 +0100

address@hidden writes:
> Anyway, I needed to use "pp subito" in a piece.  At first I tried using 
> normal text ( < c\pp {s8 s8_#"subito"}> ),  but that looked horrible.  In the 
> end, I used the following definition:
> ppsub = #'(columns(dynamic "pp"),(bold " subito"))
> and then just used " c\ppsub ".  So if anybody needs to use subito, there's 
> one way.  (presented in the hope that another newbie can find it in the list 
> archive)
> Does anybody think it's worth submitting this as a patch?  More general 
> question: what's the status of little snippets like that?  There's many 
> ones in the tutorial and reference manual (\stemUp, the "8va hack" in 

It would be neat if we had a section like "Tips and tricks" that that
demonstrated all the little neat hacks, preferably in some kind of
'condensed' format (e.g. treat lots of techniques in one example, like
in the tutorial), because reproducing source (.ly) code takes up a lot
of space.

If anyone wants to code up such examples, they'd be welcome. The
input/test/ directory is completely filled with snippets like  the
above, but it seems most people don't look there very often.


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