On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 8:33 PM, David Nalesnik
> Hmmm... I'm really not sure. I tried it with a multi-voice example and no
> problems there... I guess I would really need to see an example where it's
> breaking down.
Unfortunately, as it's a part of the big project, it has all sorts of
file dependencies and would take a lot of time to untangle it.
> But since staccato is the only articulation that has a value set for
> 'toward-stem-shift, you could just override it to 0 and revert it for when
> you want the staccato-alone orientation. (I must say that the engraver
> seems like overkill! :) )
that's what i did. But general solutions are better :)
On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 8:42 PM, David Kastrup <dak@gnu....> wrote:
> from the docs:
> This grob interface is used in the following graphical object(s): *note
> AccidentalSuggestion::, *note DynamicText:: and *note Script::.
> Quite a lot of stuff created without an articulation-type, so you should
> be using eqv? rather than string= ...