Am 08.04.2018 um 16:08 schrieb Malte Meyn:
Am 05.04.2018 um 20:48 schrieb Lukas-Fabian Moser:
Can I help in any way?
You could review my proposed changes at
You don’t need to compile or review the code itself, just have a look
at the PDF I attached here:
I’m not sure whether the stem of the \slashturn is long enough and
whether the \haydnturn should be bolder/thicker or more or less curly.
This is gorgeous! Thanks very much!
Is the \haydnturn supposed to be symmetrical w.r.t. the stem? To me it
looks as if it weighs slightly more on the left, but maybe I'm wrong?
(And I'm also not sure if this would be a problem if I were right.)
(The Henle score that prompted me to ask in the first place has a less
curly version of the \haydnturn, but I like your design better.
As for the \slashturn: I think the lenght of the stem is okay. But I
started to wonder if the \slashturn should really be as "thick" at its
waist as the usual \turn. Maybe there is a slight disbalance between the
two parts (turn vs. slash).
But please do not get me wrong: I just started to ponder the details
since you explicitly asked. For me, the present solution is absolutely fine.
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