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Re: alignment of slurs and articulations

From: Francisco Vila
Subject: Re: alignment of slurs and articulations
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2009 15:13:29 +0200

2009/4/27 Matt Huber <address@hidden>:
> Hello~
> In the following code snippet, the slur marks are placed below (outside?)
> some of the articulation marks (marcato/portato[-^/-_]) but are above
> (inside) all the other articulation marks. How do I correct this so slurs
> interact with marcato the same as they do with standard accents?
> \version "2.12.2"
> \relative c' {
>     c8( c)( c)( c) c8(-> c->)( c->)( c->)
>     c8(-^ c-^)( c-^)( c-^) c(-. c-.)( c-.)( c-.)
>     c8-+( c-+)( c-+)( c-+) c--( c--)( c--)( c--)
>     c8-|( c-|)( c-|)( c-|) c-_( c-_)( c-_)( c-_)
> }

This case

c8(-> c-> c-> c->)

is even more interesting, because the very same articulation is
sometimes under, sometimes over the slur.

This code

 \override Slur #'outside-staff-priority = #1

makes the slur to have a lower priority than the articulations, thus
making them to be printed closer to the staff as explained in

Francisco Vila. Badajoz (Spain)

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