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Tue, 04 Oct 2016 06:21:16 +0200
Il giorno dom 2 ott 2016 alle 19:30, Thomas Morley
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Hi Marc et all,
2016-09-18 16:55 GMT+02:00 Marc Hohl <address@hidden>:
I'd prefer to solve that slow down first, otoh it's little effort
do a new tarball.
If the estimated work on the slowdown is not that huge, I think it
to get a grip on that first and release a new version afterwards.
it turned out it was _much_ harder then expected.
I ended up writing a second engraver which sets the new defined
grob-property "TabNoteHead.bend-me", which decides whether a string is
To get there, I used the context-property `noteToFretFunction'. Using
it in the engraver leads to the need to give it the appropiate
Disadvantage: Actually `noteToFretFunction' is now used twice, in my
BendMeEngraver _and_ in the default Tab_note_heads_engraver.
If someone knows a better method please shout!
Nevertheless, it's now 4 times faster than before.
Thanks Harm, indeed it's faster. These are the times I got in 5 (small)
1st version --> 2nd version
2,2" --> 1,8"
2,3" --> 2,1"
3,3" --> 2,3"
2,0" --> 1,7"
1,7" --> 1,5"
I noticed that I get this warning:
warning: no notes to start a bend from found. If you want to bend
an open string, consider override/tweak like: TabNoteHead.bend-me = ##t
if I don't specify the string of a default open string like b on second
So I must use b\3\stopBend even if it's the note where the bending
The bend can take place only between notes (explicitely) on the same