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Re: Problem in printing both \fermata and \markup

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Problem in printing both \fermata and \markup
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 14:05:57 +0200
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LilyPond follows a number of builtin typesetting rules, saying if
a certain articulation should go below or above other indications.
What you noticed here is that LilyPond automatically will put the
fermata on the top. The easiest way to go around this cleverness is
to typeset both the fermata and the text as a single text markup,
such as:

r1^\markup {\column {\large "Test" \musicglyph #"scripts.ufermata" }}


Wim van Dommelen wrote:

In trying to get both a fermata AND a text description I ran into the problem that when using a \fermata in combination with a \markup the fermata is somehow lifted and the \markup and \fermata clash in the printing. I tried different constructs, but couldn't get it right.

This sample illustrates this:

\version "2.7.9"

muziek = {
  \time 4/4
    r1 |
    r1^\markup { \large "Test 1" }
    r1\fermata |
    r1\fermata^\markup { \large "Test 2" }
    r1\fermata |
    r1^\markup { \large "Test 3" }\fermata
    r1\fermata |
    <<    r1\fermata
            s1^\markup { \large "Test 4" }
    >> |
    r1 \fermata |

\score { \context Staff {
  \clef "G"

A bug?

Wim van Dommelen.

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