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Re: Automatic Accidentals ignore unmetered music

From: Edmundo Marcelo Navarrete
Subject: Re: Automatic Accidentals ignore unmetered music
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2005 11:07:58 -0300
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Peter Leschev escribió:


           Firstly, thankyou for writing such a great piece of software, the 
quality of the output is incredible!

   I'm currently typesetting vocal music which doesn't have time sigatures, but bar lines are 
present at various stages of the pieces. I've noticed (only tested in 2.4.2) that the Automatic 
Accidentals functionality treats unmetered music as one large bar rather than a number of 
individual bars separated by \bar "|"'s. The documentation is unclear on the expected 
behaviour, however it would be great if the Automatic Accidentals followed the manually inserted 
\bar "|"'s as well. I've attached a testcase below.


\version "2.4.2"

\new Staff {

\relative c'' {
%Automatic Accidentals ignore unmetered music %Automatic Accidentals consider unmetered music %(eg if Score.timing = false or \cadenzaOn) as one big bar, %rather than considering the manual bar lines entered by the user
 %(eg \bar "|"). This testcase shows the differences in behaviour.
%Having \cadenzaOn commented out, shows the correct default
 %behaviour of the Automatic Accidentals. By uncommenting the
%line below, shows that the Automatic Accidentals consider the %4 bars below as one big bar %\cadenzaOn bes bes bes bes
 \bar "|"
 bes bes bes bes
 \bar "|"
 bes bes bes bes
 \bar "|"
 bes bes bes bes
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