Ok, I got it.
Thank you very much Urs.
2016-09-22 16:54 GMT+02:00 Pierre Perol-Schneider <
> That's just perfect.
> I was anable to get your function yet but the output looks very nice.
> Thank you Urs.
> 2016-09-22 15:44 GMT+02:00 Urs Liska <u...@openlilylib.org>:
>> Am 22.09.2016 um 14:26 schrieb Urs Liska:
>> > Am 22.09.2016 um 13:39 schrieb Pierre Perol-Schneider:
>> >> Hi Urs,
>> >> Really nice, congrats!
>> >> One thing: Last year I had a discussion about how to draw flat slurs
>> >> (see: https://notat.io/viewtopic.php?p=696#p696)
>> >> Do you thing you could integrate such option in your function, I mean a
>> >> simple - but really strait - line in between slurs ?
>> > That should be possible (within the limits of what Simon responded -
>> > OTOH Carl Sorensen already mentioned how that could be overcome).
>> > I see two alternative approaches, although the second won't always help
>> > with *that*.
>> > a)
>> > allow a special value 'straight as an inflection's "angle" property.
>> > This will then make the handle point to the next point. When the angle
>> > of the next point is 0 then you should have a straight line.
>> > The problem with this is that when the angle is determined the next
>> > point isn't known yet, and when that next point becomes known the
>> > control point left of the current inflection has already been
>> > I'll have to look into this, but it should be possible to re-calculate
>> > the left point.
>> This was actually quite easy to implement.
>> Now you can specify one inflection to have an angle of 'straight and the
>> next inflection of 0 (zero), which reliably creates a straight line
>> between the two (see attached).
>> You'll see the differing line width, thought, but I hope we'll be able
>> to solve that as well.
>> > b)
>> > Currently the angle at an inflection is given as relative to the
>> > previous segment's baseline. I like this because it gives quite
>> > predictable results, but it could be extended by optional behaviours:
>> > A general or local option could interpret angles at an inflection as
>> > relative to the whole slur's baseline, or even as absolute angles
>> > (relative to horizontal). This may in *some* cases simplify the
>> > construction of flat segments, but I can imagine there are situations
>> > where this might be useful in general.
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