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Re: [tablatures] Vertical Placement of Slurs

From: Federico Bruni
Subject: Re: [tablatures] Vertical Placement of Slurs
Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2013 15:08:51 +0100
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This is the open issue I was referring to:


It's about manual beaming...
If you could create a minimal example and a PNG image showing the problem, it 
would help much.

And please keep the lists in CC.

Mitchell Pryor <address@hidden> ha scritto:

>Thanks for your prompt response.  You offer a nice theory, but the slur
>is being placed above non-hidden stems.  Unless part of the stems are
> From: Federico Bruni <address@hidden>
>To: oldwhtman <address@hidden>; address@hidden 
>Sent: Friday, February 15, 2013 12:25 PM
>Subject: Re: [tablatures] Vertical Placement of Slurs
>I remember I've found a similar bug, which is recorded on the tracker.
>If you use \tabFullNotation you'll probably see that hidden stems are
>causing the slur to be pushed away.
>I'm on the phone now, can't check anything 
>oldwhtman <address@hidden> ha scritto:
>I am using version 2.16 provided by Fedora 18.  I've just noticed in my
>>current project that some of the slurs are placed much higher than the
>>others for no apparent reason.  I thought it was being caused  by the
>>function, but after removing all occurrences of \grace several slurs
>>still placed too high.  If a place a \grace (actually \appoggiatura)
>>next slur is placed properly but the slur following it is raised too
>>This seems to be new behaviour as I have not encountered it before I
>>upgraded to Fedora 18. I will attempt to upload the source file in
>>someone is interested.
>>Anyone else having a similar problem?
>>View this message in context:
>>Sent from the LilyPond's support for tablatures mailing list archive
>at Nabble.com.
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