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Re: Display a cue clef like a regular clef after a line break

From: Lucas Werkmeister
Subject: Re: Display a cue clef like a regular clef after a line break
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2018 02:34:15 +0100
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On 03.03.2018 02:06, Andrew Bernard wrote:
Try this:

\override Clef.font-size = #-3

Adjust size to taste.

Well worth spending the time to read and digest the material in the Internals section of the documentation. Look up Clef in the 'All layout objects' section, and then look at the bottom to see all the interfaces Clef implements, and you will find everything you need. By the way, the clef-interface supports the property full-size-change which is also useful.


Thanks! \once \override Staff.Clef.font-size = #-1 for the bass clef and the same with -2 for the violin clef seems to match the original score best. Not sure if Staff is the most appropriate context to use, but it seems to work (default context doesn’t) and in combination with the \once it doesn’t mess up anything else. But I’m still learning, perhaps I’ll discover a better way :)


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