Miscellaneous

\auto


Description

Name Variants Type Notation element
\auto \set P sets voice level global settings

Parameters

Name Type Description Default value Optional
autoEndBar boolean automatic end bar on true
endBar boolean variant for autoEndBar on true
autoPageBreak boolean automatic page break on true
pageBreak boolean variant for autoPageBreak on true
autoSystemBreak boolean automatic system break on true
systemBreak boolean variant for autoSystemBreak on true
autoClefKeyMeterOrder boolean automatic reordering of clef, key and meter on true
clefKeyMeterOrder boolean variant for autoClefKeyMeterOrder on true
autoLyricsPos boolean automatic collision avoidance for \lyrics off true
lyricsAutoPos boolean ariant for autoLyricsPos off true
autoInstrPos boolean automatic positionning for \instr off true
instrAutoPos boolean variant for autoInstrPos off true
autoIntensPos boolean automatic collision avoidance for \intens off true
intensAutoPos boolean variant for autoIntensPos off true
autoHideTiedAccidentals boolean hide all acidentals on tied notes on true
harmonyPos boolean above or below (see \harmony) none true
fingeringPos boolean above or below (see \fingering) none true
fingeringSize float the fingering text size (see \fingering) none true

Collision management strategies can produce unexpected results or even create new collisions. In this case, you should switch to manual layout using the 'dx' and 'dy' common parameters.

See the Jazz example.
See the Beethoven example.
See the Sonata example.


\space


Description

Name Variants Type Notation element
\space P insert space at any position.

The \space tag can be used to save space for notation elements that do not take up space.

Parameters

Name Type Description Default value Optional
dd unit the amount of space 0 false

See the Space example.


\special


Description

Name Variants Type Notation element
\special P insert a musical glyph

Parameters

Name Type Description Default value Optional
char string the character to display none false

char may be specified as:

See the Special example.