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Setting Slur.positions to 0s can still move slurs

From: Nate Whetsell
Subject: Setting Slur.positions to 0s can still move slurs
Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2021 10:52:26 -0400

Hi there,

Thank you for all your work on LilyPond!

Setting Slur.positions to #'(0 . 0) appears to still move slurs. Here’s an 
example that illustrates the behavior:

\version "2.22.0"
  \override Beam.auto-knee-gap = #8 % This makes the example clearer but isn't 
  c8( c'') c( c'')
  \override Slur.positions = #'(0 . 0)
  c( c'') c( c'')

The description at—


—says: “Positive values move the slur up, and are appropriate for notes with 
stems down. Negative values move downward slurs further down.” Based on this, 
I’d expect setting Slur.positions to #'(0 . 0) to not move slurs at all. 
Instead, it appears that setting Slur.positions to #'(0 . 0) can move slurs 
quite a bit.

All the best,

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