Hi Urs,

Really nice, congrats!
One thing: Last year I had a discussion about how to draw flat slurs (see:
Do you thing you could integrate such option in your function, I mean a
simple - but really strait - line in between slurs ?

Cheers and bravo.

2016-09-22 12:38 GMT+02:00 Janek Warchoł <lemniskata.bernoull...@gmail.com>:

> WOW! Kudos, Urs!
> Janek :-)
> 2016-09-22 12:35 GMT+02:00 Urs Liska <u...@openlilylib.org>:
>> Hi all,
>> here is another example document for \compoundSlur. With the additionally
>> implemented annotation features
>>    - Grid for finding values for the inflection points
>>    - Control points and handles for judging the angles
>>    - Dashed handle extensions for judging the length of the handles
>> These tools are shown in the first line. With them it is shockingly
>> simple to tweak that slur to one's liking, even without any graphical
>> tweaking assistance yet.
>> The other lines show what happens when one of the ending points is
>> shifted: the overall shape of the slur is more or less intact. That means
>> when the horizontal spacing changes (through changed content or changed
>> line breaks) chances are that the slur has to be adjusted only minimally,
>> it doesn't mess up completely. This is due to the use of polar coordinates
>> that have first been realized by Janek Warchoł in his \shapeII functions
>> but that can now be done *much* easier thanks to new functions ly:angle,
>> ly:length and ly:directed (thanks again for the pointer, David).
>> What is left to be done is support for broken slurs and (possibly)
>> support for spline shapes that keep full width thorughout the inflections.
>> Have fun (I had)
>> Urs
>> PS: If you want to play around with it the current code is still
>> available on the compound-slur branch of openlilylib/snippets.
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