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

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