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Re: Re[2]: extra-offset and finger changes

From: Laura Conrad
Subject: Re: Re[2]: extra-offset and finger changes
Date: 28 Dec 2002 18:52:15 -0500
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>>>>> "jeremie" == jeremie  <J> writes:

    GP> Last time I checked, footnotes weren't possible.

    jeremie> I've always thought footnotes were possible, because
    jeremie> Laura Conrad usually uses them

I use them via lilypond-book.  What I do is, in the lilypond I say:

        a4 b2^"(1)"

and then in the lilypond-book file, I say:

\footnotetext[1]{ The B natural is a quarter note in the original }

Not as automagic as one would wish, but it comes out looking pretty

In the ABC, I have the footnote text as an N: field, which abc2ly
translates into a footnotes header, so I've always assumed that one
could  use them in the lilypond, but for me it was easier to write a
script that turns the N: fields into latex \footnotetext lines.
Especially since there are lots of good reasons for using
lilypond-book for the stuff I do.

Laura (mailto:address@hidden , )
(617) 661-8097  fax: (801) 365-6574 
233 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139

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