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Re: Grace notes and staff miss-alignment

From: Simon Albrecht
Subject: Re: Grace notes and staff miss-alignment
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2015 19:30:10 +0200
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On 22.09.2015 18:47, tisimst wrote:

On 9/22/2015 10:43 AM, David Kastrup [via Lilypond] wrote:
tisimst <[hidden email]
</user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=181539&i=0>> writes:

On 9/22/2015 9:42 AM, David Kastrup [via Lilypond] wrote:
Pierre Perol-Schneider <[hidden email]
</user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=181534&i=0>> writes:

I'm not top posting
Hi Squad,

When many grace notes, staves are miss aligned:

\version "2.19.27"

\transpose c c' {
   \repeat unfold 16 { e'8 a }

\transpose c c' {
   \repeat unfold 16 { \grace dis'8 e' \grace gis8 a }
Huh?  That example demonstrates that measures with many grace notes in
them will take more space than _independently_ typeset measures
the grace notes in them.

Which is not surprising at all.  What is the misalignment you are
talking about?
I think this is what he meant (first as separate scores, then in the
same score):

The notes line up, but the second system doesn't break/compress like it

- Abraham

fbbigajb.png (87K)


Well, stuff lines up perfectly on my system.  So where's the difference?
64-bit system vs 32-bit (the latter would be mine)?  Different fonts
(less likely)?
Sounds like it might be OS-specific. I'm on Windows 7, 64-bit, LilyPond
2.19.27, using default fonts.

Everything fine with me:
Ubuntu 14.04, 64-bit, Lily 2.19.27, default fonts as well.

Yours, Simon

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