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user picture Author: rt
Posted: May 27 2010 - 04:46 PM
Subject: re: Acciaccatura bug and problem of grace note in searching
Hi dtr,

thanks! I fixed that bug. Musipedia is now more permissive towards those strange Lilypond error messages with "programming error...continuing, cross fingers".

About grace notes: so far I rely on the fact that the Musipedia search is somewhat error tolerant, both for contour and note searches. I need to look into your example more closely!
Author: dtr
Posted: May 27 2010 - 04:29 PM
Subject: Acciaccatura bug and problem of grace note in searching
I worked on[tid]=fc03d48253286a798f5116ec00e99b2b
I tried to write "\acciaccatura a'''8" in the beginning, but i couldn't.

and it is another topic;
How should grace notes be treated?
It affects the contour and the result of search whether grace notes is entered or not.
For example, if I enter c-B-C-b-g-e-b-a on flash piano, I can find Rite of Spring Opening.
But if entering c-b-g-e-b-a(the grace notes B-C is deleted), I can't.
Is there the consensus on the treatment of grace notes in Musipedia?

(If my english is too strange to understand, point out please.)
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