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Re: beamlets over spacers

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: beamlets over spacers
Date: Tue, 01 Mar 2005 17:59:39 +0100
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Yes, we have seen your question a number of times (see the
mailing list archives if you are uncertain. Note, though, that
they are only updated every midnight).
Also, you should have received one answer yesterday.

This kind of questions belong to the lilypond-user mailing list,
where they reach the largest group of people, which should
increase the chance of receiving an answer.
However, as far as I know, Yuval's answer from yesterday is the
best you could get unless you start implementing your own
functions using the Scheme language.


Qian Li wrote:
I don't believe this made it to the list the first time:

On Sun, 27 Feb 2005 00:54:09 -0500, Qian Li <address@hidden> wrote:

I am using version 2.2.5.

I am trying to write many groups of four 16th-notes some of which are
separated by 16th-rest value spacers.  When I force-beam the notes over
any spacer, the double beam is continuous instead of single over the
spacer.  My current solution is massively wordy, requires replacing \s
with \r and making the latter invisible, and must be applied to
each group, of which I have hundreds including two-voice polyphony:

a16 [\set stemLeftBeamCount = #1 \set stemRightBeamCount = #1 r g] s
a[ stemRightBeamCount = #1 g \set stemLeftBeamCount = #1 \set
stemRightBeamCount = #1 r g]

Do you have a better, more global solution? Thanks.

(sorry for cross-posting)


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