3.1.127 TupletBracket

TupletBracket objects are created by: Tuplet_engraver.

Standard settings:

avoid-scripts (boolean):

#t

If set, a tuplet bracket avoids the scripts associated with the note heads it encompasses.

connect-to-neighbor (pair):

ly:tuplet-bracket::calc-connect-to-neighbors

Pair of booleans, indicating whether this grob looks as a continued break.

direction (direction):

ly:tuplet-bracket::calc-direction

If side-axis is 0 (or X), then this property determines whether the object is placed LEFT, CENTER or RIGHT with respect to the other object. Otherwise, it determines whether the object is placed UP, CENTER or DOWN. Numerical values may also be used: UP=1, DOWN=-1, LEFT=-1, RIGHT=1, CENTER=0.

edge-height (pair):

'(0.7 . 0.7)

A pair of numbers specifying the heights of the vertical edges: (left-height . right-height).

full-length-to-extent (boolean):

#t

Run to the extent of the column for a full-length tuplet bracket.

padding (dimension, in staff space):

1.1

Add this much extra space between objects that are next to each other.

positions (pair of numbers):

ly:tuplet-bracket::calc-positions

Pair of staff coordinates (left . right), where both left and right are in staff-space units of the current staff. For slurs, this value selects which slur candidate to use; if extreme positions are requested, the closest one is taken.

shorten-pair (pair of numbers):

'(-0.2 . -0.2)

The lengths to shorten a text-spanner on both sides, for example a pedal bracket. Positive values shorten the text-spanner, while negative values lengthen it.

staff-padding (dimension, in staff space):

0.25

Maintain this much space between reference points and the staff. Its effect is to align objects of differing sizes (like the dynamics p and f) on their baselines.

stencil (stencil):

ly:tuplet-bracket::print

The symbol to print.

thickness (number):

1.6

Line thickness, generally measured in line-thickness.

X-positions (pair of numbers):

ly:tuplet-bracket::calc-x-positions

Pair of X staff coordinates of a spanner in the form (left . right), where both left and right are in staff-space units of the current staff.

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


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