Hi Craig, hi Stéfano,
like Stéfano already pointed out this is related to an issue I still
have to fix. I hope the hints given are already helpful to work around it!
The example didn't compile in my setup either. This was happening in the
development branch for this issue (refactor-override). I pushed a fix so
that it compiles. This branch shall receive more pushes to solve this
issue before it is merged to master.
Am 08.04.2018 um 19:32 schrieb Stefano Troncaro:
As I suspected, the problem was in how your code was structured. I run
into the same issues when I started using the EE. Look at the attached file.
I recognize that not every change that I made may be necessary, I made
changes while I was trying to make the snippet work (the file as you
sent it wouldn't compile at all for me), and currently don't have time
to strip it to the minimum. But I hope that at least a working example
will be useful to you.
The basic problem is that you were placing many overrides to the same
property in the same moment, which caused problems: the EE can't
overwrite an override that is already present in the music input.
However, if you move your general override (named \gossecDynamics in
your file) in the layout settings, then there is no conflict since there
are not two overrides present at the same time, and the latter (created
by the EE) overwrites the general one. You should have gotten warnings
for this I think? Do you have the Edition Engraver on the latest version?
Hope you find this useful,
2018-04-08 6:43 GMT-03:00 arnepe <arne.pet...@berlin.de
this is the output I get from your file:
The "ff" at 1 0/4 looks different than the same mod at 3 0/4.
However - if I change the style at line 28, and comment out line 65
the change takes effect only on 1 0/4, and the mod at 3 0/4 is not
My knowledge of EE is marginal at best (and virtually nil with
Scheme) so I
am afraid I can't be of any help here...
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