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Re: Getting glyphs.

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Getting glyphs.
Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2006 21:35:47 +0200
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OK, then you need to run convert-ly before you can run lilypond.
Read section "Text Marks" in the LilyPond manual for information on how to place a segno over a bar line.


Quoting Doug Laidlaw <address@hidden>:

No, the versions do not match. Noteedit exports to Lilypond 2.4.2. and I have
Lilypond 2.6.3.  These are the Mandriva RPMs for my version.  I wanted to put
the Segno on an opening repeat double bar (||:) with two quavers anacrusis.
Perhaps I should have inserted the code after the second quaver.  I have
since deleted the file.


On Fri, 28 Jul 2006 12:52 am, Mats Bengtsson wrote:
^\segno should work fine as long as it's inserted after a note
in the input file. Since you didn't show any complete example
of how it appears in the file, it's hard to say what the particular
problem is here and if it's a bug in the NoteEdit output. Are you sure
that the LilyPond output from NoteEdit matches the version of LilyPond
you use? Otherwise, you may have to use convert-ly to upgrade the


Quoting Doug Laidlaw <address@hidden>:
> I have Lilypond installed under Mandriva 2006 from the RPMs available for
> the distro.
> I can create Segno or Coda signs with Noteedit, but Lilypond seems to be
> unable to handle them.  An export from Noteedit to Lilypond inserts the
> following code for a segno "^\segno".  Lilypond complains about the ^, so
> I remove it, but the compilation still fails.
> I keep seeing glyphs mentioned.  I have  a
> directory /usr/share/cups/data/psglyphs, an
> executable /usr/bin/composeglyphs , and a couple of Readmes under
> Freetype. Do I perhaps need more fonts?
> TIA,
> Doug.
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