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Re: \parenthesize collision with dots

From: Urs Liska
Subject: Re: \parenthesize collision with dots
Date: Sat, 21 Dec 2013 08:58:58 +0100
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Am 20.12.2013 21:25, schrieb James:
On 18/12/13 06:18, Urs Liska wrote:
Am 18.12.2013 07:15, schrieb Mike Solomon:
On Dec 18, 2013, at 1:00 AM, Urs Liska <address@hidden> wrote:

If I parentesize a dotted note with

{ \parenthesize f'2. }

the right paren collides with the dot.

Do you want the dot to shift to avoid the collision or the
parenthesis to encompass the dot?


Hm, from the example itself it would seem better to shift the dot, but
I'm not sure about the tradeoffs when you have a more complex
situation, i.e. with more than one dot, e.g.

{ < \parenthesize f'2. a'> }


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Well there was


Is this applicable? If so we could change the subject to reflect dots
and accidentals - I don't know if dots and accidentals are the same
'family' of attached objects or if it warrants a separate tracker.


From a user's perspective I'd say it is _one_ issue that \parenthesize should take care of what to enclose. However, I don't know if these are two different things from the implementation POV (i.e. if the two problems can/should be solved together).


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