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Re: aligning an arrow

From: Robert Blackstone
Subject: Re: aligning an arrow
Date: Sun, 14 Feb 2016 20:21:57 +0100

On 14 Feb 2016, at 13:18 , Phil Holmes <address@hidden> wrote:

> Your way of laying this out is rather unusual,

A beginner's messy product but I was glad it worked (except for the third 
arrow). But I see that your suggested manner ...

> Instead of all those hidden notes, I'd suggest using spacer rests (s4 for a 
> crochet spacer).  Don't use stemUp or stemDown here - stick with voiceOne and 
> voiceTwo.  If you use \omit \Stem rather than hide, the arrow won't have to 
> avoid the hidden stem and will be placed as you wish.
> I would also get rid of all those separate voices, and put all my voiceOne 
> music in one variable and all my voiceTwo in another: much easier to read

... is in all respects far more elegant and it produces what I need.

Thanks for the lesson.

Best regards,

Robert Blackstone

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