On 2018-02-19 09:38, David Kastrup wrote:

\once \set sets tieWaitForNote once at the current point of time.  That
means it will be active for the first grace note but not for the
others.  Consequently it's inactive for d~ which is still followed by
another grace note before the ties are resolved.
Just curious, why doesn't tieWaitForNote apply even for the first grace note? The warning is issued both for c8~ and d~ in this example

\version "2.19.80"

\relative c' \new Voice {
  \once \set tieWaitForNote = ##t
  \grace {c8~ d~ fis~} <c d fis>4
}

    /Mats


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