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Re: Another parenthesize issue

From: Malte Meyn
Subject: Re: Another parenthesize issue
Date: Sun, 16 Aug 2015 12:58:04 +0200
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Am 15.08.2015 um 16:45 schrieb Andrew Bernard:
In the following MWE, when a slur is used, the two articulations overlap. I 
believe they should be stacked, as in the case shown with no slur.

\version "2.19.25"

   c''16^!-\parenthesize ^> d''-\parenthesize ^> ^!( ees'') fis''-\parenthesize 
^> ^!

This is not a parenthesize problem but a script order and avoid-slur properties problem. accent has avoid-slur property around and staccatissimo inside. It looks like LilyPond puts the staccatissimo inside of the slur and then tries to put the accent between the NoteHead and the staccatissimo which contradicts its avoid-slur property. I thought that multiple scripts on one note could be entered in arbitrary order and produce the same output but I was obviously wrong:

\version "2.19.25"

  d'' -> -! ( e'' ) % collision
  d'' -! -> ( e'' ) % output correct

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