aha, this makes sense as I have to recreate the accidental on a tie, then 
'hide' it, or it will show again...

I'm creating a timpani part that plays an ostinato figure on B-flat. I've 
created the B-flat in the Denemo editor at the beginning of every 
measure, yet it doesn't show in Denemo Print View.

But that's not the only problem, there are many times that an accidental 
just doesn't appear in Print View. And I don't see any consistent reason 
for this.

What is the command to force it to print?

I don't see a 'force accidental' type of command anywhere...
(Notes/Rests-> , Directives->Typesetter_> , etc)

On Thursday, December 1, 2016 8:29:06 AM PST Richard Shann wrote:
> On Wed, 2016-11-30 at 23:45 -0800, Donald J. Stewart wrote:
> > For some reason accidentals will not print in Denemo Print View.
> 
> the Command Center search for accidental style yields:
> 
> Command: Accidental Style
> Choose the style for typesetting accidentals. Determines whether or 
not
> an accidental is printed in particular circumstances (such as repeated
> notes in different measures, octaves, voices etc).
> Location: ObjectMenu->Score->Typesetter
> Internal Name: AccidentalStyle
> 
> > I've entered accidentals in the Denemo Editor, but they don't show up 
in
> > Print View...
> 
> The Denemo Display/Edit window has its own accidental style - there is 
a
> bug report out for the fact that it does not quite correspond with the
> LilyPond default style.
> The Object Editor (double-click the note) will tell you the
> ground-truth, i.e. what the note *is*, in absolute terms. How it is
> displayed and typeset will depend on the context - there is a command 
to
> force display of the accidental.
> 
> Richard



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