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Re: \rightHandFinger in banjo tablature

From: Jean Abou Samra
Subject: Re: \rightHandFinger in banjo tablature
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2023 21:10:09 +0100
User-agent: Evolution 3.46.4 (3.46.4-1.fc37)

Le mercredi 22 mars 2023 à 20:57 +0100, Thomas Widmann a écrit :


it's me again with a follow-up question: I've now added \stemDown and
adjusted the concaveness to make the banjo tablature look more like I
want it. However, ideally I'd want all the right hand fingerings
aligned on one line, but they keep jumping up and down (because of
where the beams end). I've played around with
Stem.details.beamed-lengths and
Stem.details.beamed-minimum-free-lengths, but it's still not looking

Any ideas? Here's my code:

Try a Y-offset override:

\version "2.24.1"

fT = \rightHandFinger #1
fI = \rightHandFinger #2
fM= \rightHandFinger #3

music = {
  (\glissando a)
  b8 \fI
  d' \fM
  g \fT
  b \fI
  g'\5 \fT
  d' \fM
  c'4 \fI
  g'8\5 \fT
  c' \fI
  e' \fM
  g'\5 \fT
  c' \fI
  e' \fM

\new TabStaff \with {
  tablatureFormat = #fret-number-tablature-format-banjo
  stringTunings = #banjo-open-g-tuning
  \consists New_fingering_engraver
  \override StrokeFinger.digit-names = ##("T" "I" "M" "R" "P")
  strokeFingerOrientations = #'(down)
  \override StrokeFinger.Y-offset = -10
} {
  %\override Beam.concaveness = #10000

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