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examples:graphics_files_as_marks [2016/10/29 12:51]
michael
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 ======graphics files as marks====== ======graphics files as marks======
-If you're generating scores with Lilypond you can [[http://​michael-edwards.org/​sc/​manual/​marks.html#​lp-arbitrary|add arbitrary Lilypond code]] to an event via //​add-mark//​ and related methods. This is useful for all kinds of situations but especially when it comes to adding or modifying marks in a score. ​Sometimes no existing mark expresses what you need so the best thing to do is create your own graphics file and attach that as a mark, using Lilypond code as a //text mark//.*+If you're generating scores with Lilypond you can [[http://​michael-edwards.org/​sc/​manual/​marks.html#​lp-arbitrary|add arbitrary Lilypond code]] to an event via //​add-mark//​ and related methods. This is useful for all kinds of situations but especially when it comes to adding or modifying marks in a score. ​
  
-If you want to attach ​to note/event the [[http://​lilypond.org/​doc/​v2.19/​Documentation/​notation/​graphic|Lilypond code]] ​to create ​a mark out of one of your own postscript graphics, try adding something like the following Lilypond markup code:+Sometimes no existing mark expresses what you need so the best thing to do is create your own graphics file and attach ​that as mark, using [[http://​lilypond.org/​doc/​v2.19/​Documentation/​notation/​graphic|Lilypond code]] ​via //​text ​mark//.* An example follows:
  
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