3.1.46 Glissando

Glissando objects are created by: Glissando_engraver and Note_head_line_engraver.

Standard settings:

after-line-breaking (boolean):

ly:spanner::kill-zero-spanned-time

Dummy property, used to trigger callback for after-line-breaking.

bound-details (list):

'((right (attach-dir . -1) (end-on-accidental . #t) (padding . 0.5)) (left (attach-dir . 1) (padding . 0.5)))

An alist of properties for determining attachments of spanners to edges.

gap (dimension, in staff space):

0.5

Size of a gap in a variable symbol.

left-bound-info (list):

ly:line-spanner::calc-left-bound-info

An alist of properties for determining attachments of spanners to edges.

normalized-endpoints (pair):

ly:spanner::calc-normalized-endpoints

Represents left and right placement over the total spanner, where the width of the spanner is normalized between 0 and 1.

right-bound-info (list):

ly:line-spanner::calc-right-bound-info

An alist of properties for determining attachments of spanners to edges.

simple-Y (boolean):

#t

Should the Y placement of a spanner disregard changes in system heights?

stencil (stencil):

ly:line-spanner::print

The symbol to print.

style (symbol):

'line

This setting determines in what style a grob is typeset. Valid choices depend on the stencil callback reading this property.

X-extent (pair of numbers)

Hard coded extent in X direction.

Y-extent (pair of numbers)

Hard coded extent in Y direction.

zigzag-width (dimension, in staff space):

0.75

The width of one zigzag squiggle. This number is adjusted slightly so that the glissando line can be constructed from a whole number of squiggles.

This object supports the following interface(s): glissando-interface, grob-interface, line-interface, line-spanner-interface, spanner-interface and unbreakable-spanner-interface.


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