Le 2 août 2022 à 23:34, Leo Correia de Verdier <email@example.com> a écrit :
Thanks a lot!
This is impressive and is helping me a lot to both understand and manage my issue.
Thing is I wanted narrower accidentals, and instead of doing it the proper way and redesigning the font I hacked them with a callback with ly:stencil-scale . Then I realised I wanted the key signatures to match the accidentals inside the music and have to cover my first hack with a second, even worse one…
Then, how about using the same technique with ly:stencil-scale on the whole KeySignature stencil? If this leads to the accidentals being too close to each other, you can increase the gaps using the padding-pairs property as shown here:
2 aug. 2022 kl. 10:50 skrev Lukas-Fabian Moser <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Am 02.08.22 um 09:48 schrieb Leo Correia de Verdier:
Is there any way to access the stencils of individual accidentals in a key signature?
The KeySignature stencil gets constructed by combining the individual accidental stencils into one stencil, as can be seen here:
\override Staff.KeySignature.stencil =
(lambda (grob stencil)
(pretty-print (ly:stencil-expr stencil))
\key as \minor
But your question seems sounds like an xy problem (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XY_problem): What do you want to achieve exactly?