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Re: \appoggiatura disables autoBeam

From: Graham Percival
Subject: Re: \appoggiatura disables autoBeam
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2007 17:47:51 -0700
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Thanks, this has been added as

- Graham

Mats Bengtsson wrote:
Graham Percival wrote:

If you comment out the \partial 4, then the beaming is normal.

This seems to be true in version 2.11.23, but not in 2.10.15,
for example.

  Does that solve this issue?

Of course not, since this gives the bar lines at the wrong places.

What does work, though, is to insert the \partial 4
between the grace note and the main note.

\appoggiatura g16  \partial 4 f8 ees16 d

Unless this bug is solved quickly, we should add a comment in the
manual (I can do it). I'm really surprised that this issue hasn't popped
up earlier. I just tried the example in version 2.6, which has the
same problem and I wouldn't be surprised if it's been the same
since the big revision of the grace note implementations, i.e. since
version 1.6.


- Graham

Andres wrote:

I'm not top posting.

%% removing \appoggiatura g16 it works as usual
%% with \appoggiatura g16 every note appears alone
%% tried new Voice, etc., but it doesn't work.

\version "2.11.22"

\score {
 \new PianoStaff <<
  \relative c''

  \new Staff { \key g \minor

       \partial 4
       \appoggiatura g16 f8 ees16 d
       c8 (bes) bes4. d8 g d
       f4 (ees4.) f16 (g f ees d c)
       bes4 (a4.) a8 (bes c)
       <a c>4 (<bes d>) r8 f'16 (e g f ees d)

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