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Re: avoid-slur should be outside in script.scm for "turn"

From: Malte Meyn
Subject: Re: avoid-slur should be outside in script.scm for "turn"
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2015 14:35:20 +0200
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Am 14.08.2015 um 14:27 schrieb Martin Müller:
The example you've posted is not really a counter example,
because the turn (and the slur) is above the staff anyway,
so setting Script.avoid-slur has no effect in this case:

\version "2.18.2"

\relative {
    \key bes \major
    \time 3/4
    \once \override Script.avoid-slur = #'outside
    d''8~ ( d16.\turn ees32 ) f4 s
    \once \override Script.avoid-slur = #'inside
    d8~ ( d16.\turn ees32 ) f4 s

This has nothing to do with "above the staff anyway" but with the placement of the override. Move it directly before the d16. or remove the \once and you'll see a difference ;)
I think the "avoid-slur" is set well for most of the grobs in script.scm,
but for a "turn" it is set to inside, should be "outside" or "around"
in my opinion.

Maybe 'around would be better, yes, although in the example above it puts the turn outside, which is not optimal IMO (all the editions I mentioned put it inside).

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