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Re: numbering collision

From: Heikki Johannes Junes
Subject: Re: numbering collision
Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2002 15:25:23 +0200 (EET)

> This used to work 
> but doesn't any more, to bring the number down:
> \stemUp c^""_""_3

I found an other way. Seems like '^'-signs give bottom-aligned bounding
box above the note and '_'-signs top-aligned bounding boxes below the
note. In these limits one can write two lines of 'finger'-text.
Two examples:

  a^#'(finger "" ((raise . 1.5) "1"))
  a_#'(finger "" ((raise . -3.0) "1"))

But one thing is a big strange:

  c_#'(lines (finger "1" "1") % (A), height 2 lines
  c_#'(lines (finger "" "1")  % (B), height 1.5 lines

  c^#'(lines (finger "1" "")  % (C), height 2 lines
  c^#'(lines (finger "1" "1") % (D), height 2 lines

Here (A) has full height for the first "1"-line, while (B) has only half
height for ""-line. I do not see reason for this, since (C) and (D) give
the same height for both ""- and "1"-lines. This might be a bug. At least
there should be the same behavior for line heights in all cases (A-D).

      Heikki Junes

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