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Re: Fis or not fis, that is the question.

From: Carter Brey
Subject: Re: Fis or not fis, that is the question.
Date: Mon, 09 Dec 2002 14:48:24 -0500
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David Bobroff wrote:

My suggestion?  Get used to it if you want to use Lilypond.  In the long
run I have not found it to be a burden.  Yes, I forget sometimes and have
to correct my input.  The authors have made their decision regarding the
input syntax.  I don't think they want to change it.  It does have sound
reasoning behind it, even if it feels awkward at first.

Maybe not very informational, but I hope this helps you some.


David Bobroff

I couldn't have said it better. Like sign language or Chinese (and unlike English spelling, may I remind my fellow anglophones), it has its own logic and, once gotten used to, is not at all cumbersome. I've been using the \transpose function quite a bit recently and find it to be fun as well as fast and accurate.



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