David Raleigh Arnold | 1 Oct 20:57 2002

accidental after partial

The "!" is supposed to toggle.  In 1.6.2 debian, it doesn't.
The natural appears in both cases.  It's ok later when
there are complete measures.  DaveA

\include "english.ly"
\time 3/4 \partial 4
\times 2/3 { d,8 e, gf, } 
g,2

\include "english.ly"
\time 3/4 \partial 4
\times 2/3 { d,8 e, gf, } 
g,!2
Mats Bengtsson | 2 Oct 08:32 2002
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Re: accidental after partial

The accidental bug with partial was fixed in 1.6.4.
As far as I know, "!" shouldn't toggle, it's used
to force explicit printing of the accidental. 
Support for "don't print the accidental" is still
missing.

  /Mats

> The "!" is supposed to toggle.  In 1.6.2 debian, it doesn't.
> The natural appears in both cases.  It's ok later when
> there are complete measures.  DaveA
> 
> \include "english.ly"
> \time 3/4 \partial 4
> \times 2/3 { d,8 e, gf, } 
> g,2
> 
> \include "english.ly"
> \time 3/4 \partial 4
> \times 2/3 { d,8 e, gf, } 
> g,!2
> 
> 
> 
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Marco Caliari | 4 Oct 16:13 2002
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Margins with lilypond-book 1.6.5 (was: Alignment...)

Hi.

The code

\documentclass[a4paper]{article}
\begin{document}
\begin{lilypond}
\score{
\notes {
c' c' c' c'}}
\end{lilypond}
\end{document}

give me, after lilypond-book 1.6.5 and latex, 

Overfull \hbox (14.99867pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 357--390

In fact, the score is too much right placed.

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-- 
Marco 
Jan Nieuwenhuizen | 4 Oct 16:23 2002
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Re: cautionary accidentals lost their ()

Jan Nieuwenhuizen <janneke <at> gnu.org> writes:

> scm/grob-description.scm says that the default cautionary-style is
> 'smaller:
>
> I don't know why this is, and if this is intentional.

If nobody objects, I'll change the default back to 'parentheses.
That's what the doco says, and it seems more common to me too.
Rune?

Jan.

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Jan Nieuwenhuizen <janneke <at> gnu.org> | GNU LilyPond - The music typesetter
http://www.xs4all.nl/~jantien       | http://www.lilypond.org
Mats Bengtsson | 4 Oct 16:45 2002
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Re: cautionary accidentals lost their ()

> Jan Nieuwenhuizen <janneke <at> gnu.org> writes:
> 
> > scm/grob-description.scm says that the default cautionary-style is
> > 'smaller:
> >
> > I don't know why this is, and if this is intentional.
> 
> If nobody objects, I'll change the default back to 'parentheses.
> That's what the doco says, and it seems more common to me too.

Yes please!

  /Mats
Mats Bengtsson | 4 Oct 17:15 2002
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Re: Margins with lilypond-book 1.6.5 (was: Alignment...)

In 1.6.5, Werner Lemberg has gone through all the TeX code
used in the Lilypond output, making sure that no extra
spaces or new paragraphs are generated. This means that 
the layout of your document might change but it's actually
an improvement. For example, it is now possible to get 
music snippets included in a line of text, without having
to use the eps option. 

The following example illustrates that the only indentation
you get in the musical example is the ordinary indentation
of the first score line in all Lilypond output. You can 
turn it off with the option noindent in the lilypond-book
file or with \paper{indent=0} in the Lilypond input.

\documentclass[a4paper]{article}
\begin{document}
Some ordinary text

\begin{lilypond}
\score{
\notes {
c' c' c' c' \break | c' c' c' c' }}
\end{lilypond}

Some more text

\begin[noindent]{lilypond}
\score{
\notes {
c' c' c' c'}}
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Marco Caliari | 4 Oct 17:49 2002
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Re: Margins with lilypond-book 1.6.5 (was: Alignment...)

On Fri, 4 Oct 2002, Mats Bengtsson wrote:

> In 1.6.5, Werner Lemberg has gone through all the TeX code
> used in the Lilypond output, making sure that no extra
> spaces or new paragraphs are generated. This means that 
> the layout of your document might change but it's actually
> an improvement. 

It will be... but now I have to check all my files and to add 
\paper{linewidth=11.5\cm} to all 

\begin{lilypond} 
...
\end{lilypond}

to have no more Overfull \hbox. I think it is not an improvement to add to 
the stable series.

> (There is no need to send three emails on the same topic
> during the same week.)

I apologize. 

Marco
Werner LEMBERG | 4 Oct 20:54 2002
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Re: Margins with lilypond-book 1.6.5


> It will be... but now I have to check all my files and to add 
> \paper{linewidth=11.5\cm} to all 
>
> \begin{lilypond} 
> ...
> \end{lilypond}

No.  The right solution is to say

  \begin[noquote]{lilypond}
  ...
  \end{lilypond}

or to say

  \parindent 0pt

> to have no more Overfull \hbox. I think it is not an improvement to
> add to the stable series.

I disagree.  The size of the lilypond box hasn't changed.  Only the
indentation of the surrounding text is respected.  Additionally, you
can now say

  \begin{center}
  \begin[noindent,noquote]{lilypond}
  ...
  \end{lilypond}

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Rune Zedeler | 5 Oct 00:00 2002
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Re: cautionary accidentals lost their ()

Citat Jan Nieuwenhuizen <janneke <at> gnu.org>:

> If nobody objects, I'll change the default back to 'parentheses.
> That's what the doco says, and it seems more common to me too.
> Rune?

I think that the default change was done by HanWen at the same time as he 
rewrote the output-routines for accidentals.
I really don't care how the default is, so you'll just go ahead and change it, 
imho :-)
Put we should add support for editorial accidentals and "no accidental".

-Rune
Marco Caliari | 5 Oct 09:52 2002
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Re: Margins with lilypond-book 1.6.5

On Fri, 4 Oct 2002, Werner LEMBERG wrote:

> > It will be... but now I have to check all my files and to add 
> > \paper{linewidth=11.5\cm} to all 
> >
> > \begin{lilypond} 
> > ...
> > \end{lilypond}
> 
> No.  The right solution is to say
> 
>   \begin[noquote]{lilypond}
>   ...
>   \end{lilypond}

I cannot see any difference between 

\begin[noquote]{lilypond}

and

\begin{lilypond}

All but the first staves produce an Overfull \hbox (you can take a look at 
http://www.math.unipd.it/~mcaliari/exe.ps)

> or to say
> 
>   \parindent 0pt
> 
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Gmane