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Re: removeWithTag

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: removeWithTag
Date: Sun, 13 Oct 2013 07:52:30 +0200
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Simon Albrecht <address@hidden> writes:

> Help!
> Maybe this is another time I just overlook the crucial tiny mistake in
> my code, but to me, it seems that removeWithTag fails in the following
> example (that is, all the tagged notes are printed), and only if there
> is a note between the \removeWithTag and \tag commands.
> \relative {
> \removeWithTag #'correct
> d'4 \tag #'correct c4 \tag #'nice c2
> }

\removeWithTag perfectly well removes all expressions tagged with
#'correct from d'4 and that's all you ask it to do.  Note that if you

\removeWithTag #'current d'4 -\tag #'current ^\markup "Hi"

then the tagged superscript still makes it into the expression that
\removeWithTag oversees.  But for the use you want, you'll have to write
\removeWithTag #'correct { ... }
namely put the whole expression in braces.

David Kastrup

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