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Re: invisible slurs in tablature

From: Marc Hohl
Subject: Re: invisible slurs in tablature
Date: Wed, 01 Apr 2009 08:52:00 +0200
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I think you should also add:

\override TabVoice.Tie #'transparent = ##t

Yes, of course. But then another problem occurs: if the tie isn't visible, it looks as if there are two distinct notes. Therefore, I think strongly about a scheme function (which at the end should be hidden in the
TabVoice-context) which translates, e.g.

c4 d e2 ~ e4. e8


c4 d e2 s4. e8

so the spurious tablature number disappears in the output. From earlier postings I knew that there are several functions about automatically calculating intervals etc., but I'm a scheme newbie. So I would be glad if someone out there would give me a hint how to start writing such a function.
I'm in doubt about that modern TAB sign... (all though it's always good to have some choices) I know most of the software / books display it like that, but should we follow that or fits the default tab sign better in Lilypond?


Hm, personally I don't like the standard LilyPond tab sign, but it should be easy to switch between the two and leave the desicion to the user.


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