Re: Issue 2148 in lilypond: vertical skylines should use stencil integrals
<lilypond <at> googlecode.com>
2012-03-01 07:11:13 GMT
Comment #83 on issue 2148 by mts... <at> gmail.com: vertical skylines should use
markup-note-dot.ly is, in my opinion, an improvement, as the dot of the
whole note was uncomfortably close to the half note. figured-bass-implicit
is an interesting case: Before, the "p" of implicit shifted the whole
markup up whereas now it fits between two figured bass symbols. One way to
fix this is to make the vertical-skylines for BassFigureLine simpler so
that they can't be interlocked with the vertical axis group above or
below. I'd be interested in hearing from a figured bass expert, but this'd
likely be a separate commit.
All of the changes in sizeX come from an interesting phenomenon with the
forte glyph. The cozy spacing in the original sizeX.ly regtests comes from
the fact that the bounding box is set to be smaller than the actual glyph.
This results in almost-collisions between cantabile and forte. In my
newest patchset, the outside-staff-horizontal-padding pushes cantabile to
the outside of forte. If you change the word to "liedhaft", the problem
It's a matter of taste if people like objects so closely spaced. One way
to achieve this in the current model is to use horizontal skylines in
add_grobs_of_one_priority instead of the Skyline::left () and
Skyline::right () to determine bounds. But this'd definitely be another
patch. For the moment, for me, it's not a game breaker.
I don't think transparency is having an impact anymore.