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Re: AccidentalSuggestion and avoid-slur

From: James
Subject: Re: AccidentalSuggestion and avoid-slur
Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2013 13:06:10 +0000
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On 15/12/13 12:39, Phil Holmes wrote:
Federico Bruni" <address@hidden> wrote in message news:address@hidden
2013/12/15 Simon Albrecht <address@hidden>


Am 15.12.2013 12:01, schrieb James:


On 12/12/13 22:17, Simon Albrecht wrote:


if both an AccidentalSuggestion and a slur are attached to a note,
LilyPond places both as expected, but issues a warning about avoid-slur not being defined for AccidentalSuggestion. The appropriate solution would
probably be to just insert a line (avoid-slur . around) [the latter
probably being the adequate value] as a first entry for the definition of
AccidentalSuggestion in define-grobs.scm .
Let me know if you need any examples of this.
Best regards

Simon Albrecht

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I didn't see any reply to this.

Did you get one?

If not can you provide a tiny example



\version "2.17.95"

\relative { \set suggestAccidentals = ##t g'( a bes) }

The warning issued is the following:

C:/Dokumente und Einstellungen/Notebook/Eigene Dateien/Notensatz
(lilypond)/Bugs in Minimal Example/issued or outdated/accidentalSuggestion
and avoid-slur.ly:4:19: warning: Ignoring grob for slur:
AccidentalSuggestion.  avoid-slur not set?
         g'( a

I already tried the above described solution in define-grobs.scm and there
is no warning.
The output is not affected in the present case, but might be in other
cases where there would be a collision.

I don't know if this should be added to the tracker as a defect or as a doc
issue (-> add a warning in NR 2.9.3 musica ficta)

It seems like a bug to me. I don't know what the warning means or why it's issued.


I've not assigned to a doc issue, but a general defect.


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