|[ << Backend ]||[Top][Contents][Index]||[ Scheme functions >> ]|
|[ < ||[ Up : Graphical Object Interfaces ]||[ |
The dots to go with a notehead or rest.
direction sets the preferred
direction to move in case of staff line collisions.
style defaults to
undefined, which is normal 19th/20th century traditional style. Set
vaticana for ancient type dots.
User settable properties:
X), then this property determines whether the object is placed
RIGHTwith respect to the other object. Otherwise, it determines whether the object is placed
DOWN. Numerical values may also be used:
The number of dots.
The glyph name within the font.
In the context of (span) bar lines, glyph-name represents a processed form of
glyph, where decisions about line breaking, etc., are already taken.
This setting determines in what style a grob is typeset. Valid choices depend on the
stencilcallback reading this property.
The stencil for an individual dot, as opposed to a group of several dots.
This grob interface is used in the following graphical object(s):