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Re: Guitar palm mutes - almost done

From: Malte Meyn
Subject: Re: Guitar palm mutes - almost done
Date: Mon, 1 Jan 2018 11:25:21 +0100
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Am 31.12.2017 um 17:20 schrieb Neo Anderson:
1. How to change the look of the extender lines (dashes)? I'd like them to be more dense or compact. The following -\tweaks with various values won't make a difference.
     -\tweak bound-details.dash-fraction #0
     -\tweak bound-details.dash-period #0

You’re almost there: omit the bound-details, i. e.

-\tweak dash-fraction #0
-\tweak dash-period #0

2. The following code, which sets both variables on the same "line",
     \override TextScript.staff-padding = #6
creates a padding for both text in a variable ("PM") and any other text attached to a note ("Aaa"). How to integrate the code into the said variable, so that the padding won't affect the text attached to notes? I tried
     \override #'(staff-padding . 6)
but it doesn't do anything.

PM = -\tweak staff-padding #6
     _\markup  {
       \tiny \fontsize #-1 \halign #-0.5 "P.M."

and then use it as d\PM instead of d_\PM

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