On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 07:35:48PM +0200, David Kastrup wrote:
> "Phil Holmes" <mail@phil...> writes:
> > "David Kastrup" <dak@gnu....> wrote in message
> > news:87sje2orzq.fsf@fenc......
> >> "Phil Holmes" <email@phil...> writes:
> >>> But not a closing one. Given that it's impossible that it could be a
> >>> slur, I think it's a bug that it needs to be enclosed in quotes with
> >>> its word, like this: "(word".
> >> I don't think that closing quotes are treated differently, you just are
> >> less likely to write )word and word( than the other way round.
> >> --
> >> David Kastrup
> > I've just checked and you're correct. It's either ( or ) that
> > prefixes a syllable. Postfixed versions of either are OK. Even more
> > reason that this is a bug, IMHO.
> <URL:http://code.google.com/p/lilypond/issues/detail?id=2598> >
> Reported by project member dak@gnu...., Today (1 minute ago)