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font-encoding and MeasureCounter

From: Malte Meyn
Subject: font-encoding and MeasureCounter
Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2016 12:27:49 +0200
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Hi list,

I wanted to change the font of the MeasureCounter to standard roman font instead of feta number glyphs so i tried
    \override MeasureCounter.font-family = #'roman
This didn’t have an effect but I found something in the LSR: According to http://lsr.di.unimi.it/LSR/Item?id=932
    \override MeasureCounter.font-encoding = #'latin1
does the trick. But section A.18 of the NR states that font-encoding only allows the values fetaText, fetaMusic, and fetaBraces. And neither #'ascii nor #'utf8 have an effect.

I see here a bug but I’m not sure which one or two:
1. Is it a bug that overriding font-family doesn’t work?
2. Is it a bug that #'ascii and #'utf8 don’t work?
3. It *is* a bug that #'latin1 isn’t mentioned in the docs.

%%% MWE following

\version "2.19.47"

\new Staff \with {
  \consists #Measure_counter_engraver
  %\override MeasureCounter.font-family = #'roman    % no effect
  %\override MeasureCounter.font-encoding = #'latin1 % only latin1 works
} {
  \repeat unfold 10 a1

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