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Re: How change a dot in TabStaff

From: Carl Sorensen
Subject: Re: How change a dot in TabStaff
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2018 01:44:27 +0000
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On 4/18/18, 5:51 PM, "Carl Sorensen" <address@hidden> wrote:

    From: Darío <address@hidden>
         Hello! I am writing a scale, and I need the tablature and the Fret 
diagram, there aren't problem, but in the tablature, the     tonic note not 
appear where I want.
        Since you are using a fret-diagram markup, there is no connection 
between the fret diagram and the notes on the TabStaff.
        I need that it is in the eighth fret, not in the first fret of the 
second rope. 
    Then you must set the string number on note, not just in the markup.
    Also, you need to get the notes to be the sounding pitch, which means you 
need to move down an octave.  To have the staff look right, you should change 
from the treble clef to the “treble_8” clef, as discussed in Section 2.4.1 of 
the Notation Reference.
I think I misunderstood your request.  I've now got better code.

Two things that needed to be changed.

1) As I said before, get the notes in sounding pitch.
2) Set TabStaff.restrainOpenStrings to true

\version "2.18.2"

%%%%%%%%%Do mayor
\header {
      title = "Escalas"

jonicaCM =   \relative c{
c d e^\markup {\fret-diagram #"6-8;6-10;6-12;5-8;"} f
g a b^\markup {\fret-diagram #"5-10;5-12;4-9;4-10;"} c
d e f^\markup {\fret-diagram #"4-12;3-9;3-10;3-12;"} g
a b c^\markup {\fret-diagram #"2-10;2-12;2-13;1-10;"} d
e^\markup {\fret-diagram #"1-12;1-13;"} f
\header {
    piece = "Jónica Do Mayor"
  \new Staff{
    \clef "treble_8"
    \time 4/4
\new TabStaff {
 \set TabStaff.restrainOpenStrings=##t
 \set TabStaff.minimumFret = #7 %in theory I understand that this line 
indicates the minimum fret



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