MarcM | 25 Apr 04:47 2015
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odd behavior with acciaccatura in 1st position

Having an acciaccatura or grace note as the first element of a score makes
the key, tempo & time print twice. 
Result is correct if acciaccatura is in 2nd position.

See small example here: http://lilybin.com/pbravw/1

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Stephen MacNeil | 25 Apr 02:50 2015
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i thought i sent you something showing how to move it

anyway not sure where you want it, but do it like this


HTH
Stephen
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Shirish Kulhari | 25 Apr 02:41 2015
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Re: Guitar: Bend-release-bend

Yes, that's precisely what I was looking for! Thanks a lot man!

On Sat, Apr 25, 2015 at 6:10 AM, Shirish Kulhari <kulhari.shirish <at> gmail.com> wrote:
Yes, that's precisely what I was looking for! Thanks a lot man!

On Sat, Apr 25, 2015 at 3:50 AM, Stephen MacNeil <classicaljam01 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
like this ?

\bendOn

\bendGrace e8(f8)(e8) (g4~)g2 |

\bendOff

\bendOn

e8 (f)(e)(g~) g2

\bendOff


if not have an example?

%%%%%%%%%%%%%% cut


\version "2.18.2"

\include "definitions.ily"

\paper {

indent = 0

}

\layout {

\context {

\Staff

\override StringNumber #'stencil = ##f

\override VerticalAxisGroup #'default-staff-staff-spacing =

#'((basic-distance . 15)

(minimum-distance . 15)

(padding . 1))

}

}


gtr = \relative c''{

\bendOn

\bendGrace e8(f8)(e8) (g4~)g2 |

\bendOff

\bendOn

e8 (f)(e)(g~) g2

\bendOff

}

\score {

<<

\new Staff {

\new Voice {

\clef "G_8"

\gtr

}

}

\new TabStaff {

\new TabVoice {

\clef "tab"

\gtr

}

}

>>

}





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Steven Weber | 25 Apr 00:02 2015
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How to make an object take up no space

As part of my ongoing project to typeset “highlighting” marks I’ve hit another problem:  I’m trying to highlight repeat bar lines, but the highlighting code keeps interfering with my skylines.  Since I’m manually placing it (for the moment) and doing so in a negative layer, I’d like to tell lilypond to completely ignore it when determining spacing (mostly vertically, but I assume I’ll want it to take no horizontal space as well).

 

I’ve tried extra-spacing-height, y-extent, and negative padding all with no luck.  It seems like maybe what I want to override is the vertical-skylines, but I don’t know how to create a skyline object with the right values and couldn’t find any hints in the manual.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Thanks!

 

--Steven

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Shirish Kulhari | 24 Apr 23:41 2015
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Guitar: Bend-release-bend

Hi,

I'm trying to write tab+sheet music for a guitar solo that involves a bend-release-bend on a single note. For example, like this - 12b14r13b14.

How can I write this bend-release-bend in lilypond? (I'm already aware of the bend.ly and definitions.ily files that have been written up as libraries for bends, but so far they only have at most bend-release).

Any help would be appreciated; thanks in advance!
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Anthonys Lists | 24 Apr 18:09 2015
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Fixing overlapping notation

You can tell I've looked at the relevant section of the manual ...

But I have two problems bugging me at the moment, and it's related to a 
problem I have in general with lilypond - it tries to avoid collsions by 
separating stuff vertically. How do I tell it to push them apart 
*horizontally*. Two current bugbears ...

I have seven bars rest in a part. I want some markup starting at the 
first barline, and different markup ending at the last barline. If a 
part has notes, those markups will separate horizontally naturally - how 
can I force that to happen when there's that rest?

And secondly, I want a coda sign at the end of an alternative. Of 
course, it collides with the repeat spanner :-( The problem with the 
docu or lsr snippet I found (can't remember which) was (a) it supposedly 
shortened all spanners - which I don't want - and (b) I couldn't get it 
to work anyway. I do have a different \alternative example that 
explicity codes each spanner without actually using "\alternative", but 
I couldn't get that to work either.

If we're discussing usability, I think this is a major sticking point 
for lilypond - colliding notation is VERY common, and lily really 
doesn't handle it very well at all :-( When engraving parts I'm often 
scrabbling for space, and as soon as lily starts staircasing markup it 
wastes a heck of a lot

Cheers,
Wol
Urs Liska | 24 Apr 10:04 2015

Does anybody use #(add-music-fonts ?

Hi all,

while working on some improvements in font handling I would like to 
change the interface to the add-music-fonts procedure in scm/font.scm.

A convert-ly rule could be added to set this argument to an empty 
string, which would work well.

But git grep indicates that this procedure isn't used anywhere outside 
font.scm, but it is defined publicly.
So it might be safe to change the interface by adding one argument to it?

Any opinions?

Urs
dl.mcnamara | 23 Apr 19:25 2015
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how apt are comparisons to TeX/LaTeX?

In the context of the long discussions of what does lilypond need to do, I'm predisposed
to try to think about it in terms of what (I think I) know about TeX/LaTeX. 

So the first question is: how much of lilypond's goals and design are based on TeX/LaTeX?

Along these lines comes a series of other questions:
Is "what you see is what you mean" input is the goal?

Is there the same TeX=detailed typesetting (engraving), LaTeX=hides users
from the details of those details (mostly) concept for Lilypond?
[I believe that this is one way to roughly characterize the difference]

For me, working with beamer is a different experience from writing out an article,
maybe there will (or could be) as much difference in the way that the text
input is organized and used in different forms of musical documents.

We're starting to see some of this division of labor -- several of the contributors
to the "what does lilypond offer..." thread have already made significant contributions along these
lines, building on top of lilypond itself.

Anyway, I'm starting to ramble into other points.

Dave

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Re: Problem RemoveEmptyStaves
Thu, 23 Apr 2015 17:05:00 +0200
Les Éditions Valmajour - pg <pg <at> editions-valmajour.fr>
tisimst <tisimst.lilypond <at> gmail.com>


Hello, thanks for your answer, I actually just found out a few minutes ago :

I added a \StaffGroup context with a

\denies \PianoStaff

Works perfectly.
Thanks a lot!
Pierre

Le 23/04/2015 17:01, tisimst a écrit :
This is curious, but it can be taken care of. If the solo part is *always* visible, then you can do:

\new Dynamics \with { \override VerticalAxisGroup.remove-empty = ##f }
{ ... }

in _just_ the solo staff. This, of course, will not be effective if there are times when it is appropriate for it to vanish.

- Abraham

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Hello,
Hello everyone,
I have a contextproblem; in the attached file, I need to have the
dynamics(placed in a context Dynamics) in all parts.
But when I use "\ RemoveEmptyStaves" in the context \PianoStaff,
dynamics disappear from the solo part.
I do not see what it comes from. Does anyone have an idea?

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SonusProj . | 23 Apr 16:59 2015
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E-mail management question

I am a new user and really have no big plans on being a developer or power user.  I just want to get my projects, analysis, practice lessons, etc to paper with some modicum of control.

I have Notion and it works well and quick but the limitations prevent me from getting what I want onto the printed work.  I am particular and want that control.

I want to be able to read other users questions and responses and also want to post questions that arise from my own work.

Subscribing to this e-mail list is overwhelming me with e-mail posts that are beyond me and outside of my scope of interest.  Is it possible to throttle the e-mail so I don't receive 70 e-mails a day?

I guess I am seeing if there is a forum type format that I can come and go at my leisure but in real time so I can post question or responses as necessary.

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Problem RemoveEmptyStaves

Hello,
Hello everyone,
I have a contextproblem; in the attached file, I need to have the 
dynamics(placed in a context Dynamics) in all parts.
But when I use "\ RemoveEmptyStaves" in the context \PianoStaff, 
dynamics disappear from the solo part.
I do not see what it comes from. Does anyone have an idea?
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