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Re: fingering overlap - bug?

From: Janek Warchoł
Subject: Re: fingering overlap - bug?
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2013 10:41:33 +0100


2013/11/30 Keith OHara <address@hidden>:
> karol <karolm2 <at> wp.pl> writes:
>> {
>>   <e'' f'' cis'''>1 ^1^2^5
>> }
> Unfortunately this is a different bug -- or two -- so it will
> not be fixed at the same time as collisions between Fingerings.
> (1) LilyPond has never looked at Accidentals when placing Fingering;
> until recently that caused only small overlaps with sharps because
> the Fingering did not previously fit so close to the chord.
> (2) Fingering on a chord as a whole should center over the main column
> of note-heads; instead it centers over the first-input note.
> So, you can do the same as we did when using version 2.12: rearrange
> the order of pitches in the chord so a main-column note comes first.
> { <f'' e'' cis'''>1 ^1^2^5 }

This is similar to issues

and i believe to solve it in a general way we would have to teach
lilypond about different kinds of extents - see:

http://code.google.com/p/lilypond/issues/detail?id=3239 (sorry, that
issue got pretty messy).

Currently the work i started on this is waiting until 2.18.0 is out...
 What about leaving it for now and attacking this together after 2.18?


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