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Re: Repeat barline

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Repeat barline
Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2002 16:51:21 +0100

> Hi,
>   I  was wondering, when copying old music, I found out that
>   it was a bit untasteful and complicated to convert all the
>   repeats  to  "modern" system. Composers didn't bother with
>   alternate endings, they just used to cut measures where it
>   suited them best.
>   I haven't figured out a way yet to but a \bar ":|:", with-
>   out  creating a new measure. Isn't possible to insert this
>   in  the middle of a measure, without using any tricks like
>   \times (and without using the \repeat and \alternative)?
>     e16 | [a8 b c d] | [g d e fis] | fis4 fis,4 | c8 d g8. \bar ":|:" fis16 |
>   Jérémie

The easiest solution is to add a \bar "|" command after the fis16, 
i.e. where you want the next real bar line to occur.


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