Werner LEMBERG <w...@gnu.org> writes: > While checking Malte's feta flag patches I've just seen that the 1/8 > and 1/16 up-flags (i.e., glyphs `flags.u3' and `flags.u4') have a > width approx. 10% larger than other `flags.uX' glyphs – this is also > reflected in the lilypond metrics embedded in the fonts. Note that > the two larger widths are artificial (i.e., manually specified to be > larger than the actual shape). > > Is there any reason for this? Given that there is always the need of > compressing music horizontally, having too wide flags looks > counterproductive.
What does "git blame" tell you on the respective code passages for the different flag versions? I mean, there might have been a reason or there might have been some oversight. -- David Kastrup _______________________________________________ lilypond-devel mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/lilypond-devel