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Re: How to input keysignature or timesignature in \markup?

From: Wei-Wei Guo
Subject: Re: How to input keysignature or timesignature in \markup?
Date: Tue, 07 Apr 2009 22:55:00 +0800
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The attached tar file is my example, which is in HTML format.

The example has two PNG files which are all generated by Lilypond. The first is 
single G clef, which is put in the normal text. The second is a piece of music
script, which has its own line. My problem is related to the first kind.

Best wishes,

Cameron Horsburgh 写道:
On Tue, Apr 07, 2009 at 09:37:40PM +0800, Wei-Wei Guo wrote:
Dear Robin and all,

Thanks for your reply. I'm new to Lilypond. It cost me some time to understand
the snippet in your link. As I understand, the snippet is manipulating engraver
by restricting their appearance. It's a similar method with \remove. If my
understanding is right, I have tried the method and the result is kind of
disappointing. As I said in other email, this method will left too large white

I keep on reading Lilypond's manual those days, I still cannot find a way to
input a single crotchet or quaver. I'm able be combine a note head and a flag
by \concat, but the stem is a problem. It's only one example of many symbols
that hard to input.

Could someone give any advice? Thanks in advance!

How exactly are you trying to produce your learning notes? Are you
using lilypond-book snippets? Are you using lilypond scores with lots
of text markup blocks?

If you tell us exactly what it is you're trying to do we might be able
to help more, or come up with even better ways to do your task!

Attachment: learning_notes_example.tgz
Description: Binary data

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