|Subject:||Re: beatLength / beaming in 4/4|
|Date:||Tue, 15 Jun 2010 00:33:08 +0200|
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Am 14.06.2010 15:37, schrieb Carl Sorensen:
OK. But in my example beatLength _did_ adjust beaming, only not correctly.On 6/14/10 7:18 AM, "u_li" <address@hidden> wrote:Am 14.06.2010 15:04, schrieb Carl Sorensen:On 6/14/10 5:24 AM, "u_li"<address@hidden> wrote:[sorry if this should be a double post. When I first sent the message I didn't configure my current email client to use my registered address. As I don't see my post on the list I assume it didn't get through. If it did please ignore this second post ] Dear community, it seems I have yet another problem with automatic beaming (similar to problems I read about recently). What I want LilyPond to do is to beam consecutive 32th notes in a 4/4 time in groups of 4 (i.e. 8 groups of 1/8 length each).What version are you using? This is an important question, because the autobeaming is changing right now. Thanks, CarlThe example file says "2.13.19" and this is probably true (I say probably because I am not at my lilypond computer right now). So I can just update regularly and hope that my issue ist right now being addressed? Would be quite good luck ;-)I couldn't see the example file in my email (the forwarded email came through as an inlined binary file). beatLength only adjusts beaming if there is not an explicit rule for the time signature. beatLength is mostly used for beam subdivision, rather than beam division.
Of course I have read this. More than once. But I have to admit this topic is quite complex and the documentation chapter is confusing (at least for me). I could solve some issues by studying the snippets but not all.See the Notation Reference for setting automatic beam behavior: <http://lilypond.org/doc/v2.13/Documentation/notation/beams#setting-automatic-beam-behavior>
... I just re-read the topic and still find it confusing. But it seems I am beginning to comprehend ...
Do I understand the following correctly?
If someone could confirm this I would happily (well, not really happily, but with a good consciensce) try to figure out a usable command on my own.
So if this is about the time to wait, I may rathrer do this and then try to tackle the technique. There is still so much to do, as well on the LilyPond side as for philological decisions, I can calmly put _this_ problem aside for a while.You will need to use the overrideBeamSettings command to set this up. There is currently a patch in review that will change this functionality. So if you don't need the score in the next week or two, you might want to wait until the patch is resolved.
Thank you very much (for the answers and the work your are obviously doing).
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