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Re: coloring edits

From: William Rehwinkel
Subject: Re: coloring edits
Date: Sun, 19 Mar 2023 04:37:08 +0000
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Dear Mark,

Once you know how to apply colors to things like noteheads, applying that to the rest of the symbols is not difficult. It's just a matter of knowing the internal name (such as Slur, Tie, etc.). These can be found by looking up the symbols in the internals reference. For example, the following link

For one more example, to change the color of a slur, you simply have to do

\version "2.24.1"

\relative c' {
  c4( d e f)
  \override Slur.color = #red
  c4( d e f)


On 3/18/23 22:42, Mark Stephen Mrotek wrote:

The documentation has examples of coloring note heads, stems, and staves.

Where would I look for instructions to color slurs and/or ties?

Thank you.


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