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tweaking_your_chant_output [2015/03/01 01:11]
bgm [Tweaking your Chant Code]
tweaking_your_chant_output [2015/03/20 16:14]
bgm [Colours]
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 Now, if you want coloured text within your chant text below the staves, then you can add the colour codes right in the gabc file like this: Now, if you want coloured text within your chant text below the staves, then you can add the colour codes right in the gabc file like this:
 <code lua><​v>​\color{red}My Red Text</​v></​code>​ <code lua><​v>​\color{red}My Red Text</​v></​code>​
 +or, simply:
 +<code lua><​c>​My Red Text</​c></​code>​
 but, for just a single character (such as a *), you have to do this to set the color back to the previous color: but, for just a single character (such as a *), you have to do this to set the color back to the previous color:
 <code lua><​v>​\color{red}*\color{black}</​v></​code>​ <code lua><​v>​\color{red}*\color{black}</​v></​code>​
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   * You can suppress the //custos// at the end of a staff by placing ``\greblockcustos`` in the tex template just after ``\begin{document}`` .   * You can suppress the //custos// at the end of a staff by placing ``\greblockcustos`` in the tex template just after ``\begin{document}`` .
   * To add a //custos// within the staff, perhaps before the //​double-bars//,​ try this: ``(z0::​c4)``   * To add a //custos// within the staff, perhaps before the //​double-bars//,​ try this: ``(z0::​c4)``
 +  * To manually place a custos anywhere, use ``g+`` or ``h+`` where the letter is the level you want the marker.
  
  
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