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Re: How to input a time signature in \markup?

From: Wei-Wei Guo
Subject: Re: How to input a time signature in \markup?
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 09:11:36 +0800
User-agent: Thunderbird (X11/20081209)

Hi Neil and Simon,

I also combined your solutions, but it isn't easy this time. I don't know how to
make the following code run without error.

   timesig = #(define-music-function (parser location numerator denominator)
                                     (number? number?)
       \once \override #'(baseline-skip . 1)
                {\center-column {\number #'numerator=$numerator
                                 \number #'denominator=$denominator}}

   \markup {\timesig #3 #4}

I just mimic the example of define-music-function in lilypond's manual. It seems
the arguments transferring is not right.

Thanks a lot!

Best wishes,

Neil Puttock 写道:
2009/4/13 Simon Bailey <address@hidden>:
On Apr 13, 2009, at 3:17 PM, Wei-Wei Guo wrote:
Combining your solutions, the following way is the better, but still to

 \markup{ \override #'(baseline-skip . 1) {\center-column {\number 2
\number 4}}}

define this as a variable, then you only have to type it once:

If you need to produce several different time signature markups, you
could create a new markup command:

#(define-markup-command (timesig layout props numerator denominator)
   (number? number?)
   (interpret-markup layout props
                      #:override '(baseline-skip . 0)
                       (map number->string (list numerator denominator))))))

\markup \timesig #3 #4


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