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Re: No ledger for custodes beyond 5-line staff

From: Matthew Fong
Subject: Re: No ledger for custodes beyond 5-line staff
Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2020 16:31:28 -0700

Hello Jean and Jonas,


Many thanks,

On Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 3:16 PM Matthew Fong <oxengen@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello Jean and Jonas,
> I appreciate the directions. I will work through the directions and file
> the bug!
> Many thanks,
> mattfong
> On Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 1:58 PM Jonas Hahnfeld <hahnjo@hahnjo.de> wrote:
>> Am Donnerstag, den 15.10.2020, 21:39 +0200 schrieb Jean Abou Samra:
>> Hello Werner,
>> What is the proper process to file this as a bug?
>> Many thanks,
>> mattfong
>> Go to
>> https://gitlab.com/lilypond/lilypond/-/issues
>> You will need a GitLab account, and appropriate permissions.
>> No, you don't need any special permissions to open new issues or comment
>> on existing ones. Not sure where that old information is still floating
>> around, I just checked and CG talks about requesting access in "Commit
>> access" and "Bug Squad setup". The latter is concerned with setting labels,
>> closing issues, verification, etc. - not what you need to report an issue.
>> Jonas
>> Open a new issue, with a short explanation of what needs
>> improving, and your minimal example. Some critical pieces
>> of information are:
>> - Do these ledgers always occur in the use cases for Custos,
>> or just in certain scores? In the latter case, they should
>> become an option and you'd tag the issue as an Enhancement,
>> whereas in the first possibility, it would be a Defect.
>> - In either case, please show an example in printed music.
>> - Link Aaron's solution using a Scheme engraver (the actual
>> implementation may be completely different in the end, but
>> this still provides a start).
>> You will need to be given access to the tracker. To the lilypond-devel
>> list: I propose that we give Matthew Reporter permissions in
>> the GitLab group, given his record of being constructive when
>> asking questions on lilypond-user. I think giving regular users the
>> opportunity to participate in issue management helps both reduce
>> our workload (following bug-lilypond) and growing our community.
>> Best regards,
>> Jean

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