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incorrect positioning of accidentals

From: Werner LEMBERG
Subject: incorrect positioning of accidentals
Date: Sun, 21 Jul 2002 22:00:11 +0200 (CEST)

[This is CVS 2002-07-20 14:17]

The positioning of accidentals is sometimes incorrect.  Some examples:

  . <bis es gis>
                        #                        #
      LilyPond gives   b    but it should be   b    -- the top
                         #                      #

      accidental should be nearest to the chord.

  . <es as>

      The distance between the two flats is too big.

  . <gis cis>
                      #                                        #
      LilyPond gives   #  which is plain wrong -- it must be  #   .

  . <ges es'>
      LilyPond gives  b  which is not possible for a sixth.  It must

      be  b  .

  . <g! des>

      This is even worse!  The interval is only a fifth, but LilyPond
      aligns the accidentals vertically (well, the natural is even
      nearer to the stem than the flat which increases the bad


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