Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 8:37:13 PM, Thomas Morley wrote:
> Am Di., 12. Nov. 2019 um 20:09 Uhr schrieb
> Peter Toye <address@hidden>:
>> The following MWEs both give errors saying that a tuplet bracket has neither a beginning nor an end. IN the first one this is presumably because of the percent repeat sign, and in the second because of the silent notes.
>> But the brackets are explicitly omitted so IMO the warning message should not be there. What do the experts think?
> At the stage where you omit the stencil, all needed calculations (to
> print one) are already done.
> The warning is thrown during this calculation, thus any attempt to
> tackle the stencil will come too late to avoid the warning.
Oh well, I'll just have to ignore the warning messages. It seemed a bit eccentric.
> Though, if you want neither TupletBracket nor TupletNumber, why don't
> you use scaled durations?
I found it was easier to use a tuplet. Purely personal preference. But it's a good idea and I'll look at it. Thanks.