Exulta filia :es
  • Richard MixRichard Mix
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    We're doing Sunday schedule after all on Tuesday instead of a bilingual Mass, but somebody might be able to use the following. I'm not sure how to deal with the initial capital in GABC, nor why Illuminare is rendering the extra a-with-diacritic in the PDF (GregorioChant just gives an error message).

    name: Exsulta filia Sion;
    user-notes: Aurora de la Natividad, Santa María Madre de Dios ;
    commentary: Zacarías 9:9;
    annotation: com. vi;
    centering-scheme: latin;
    %fontsize: 12;
    %spacing: vichi;
    %font: palatino;
    %width: 4.5;
    %height: 11;
    %%
    (c4)
    S¡Sal(a)ta(dewf) de a(cd~)le(d)gría,(d,) (') hi(dfg)ja(gh) de(h) Si(ghe)on!(e.) (;z) ¡Lan(e)za(e) gri(eghih)tos(h) de(h) go(h)zo,(h) hi(hjj/hg)ja(g) de(fgh) Je(ghf)ru(egff)sa(f)lén!(f.e.) (:)
    He a(e)quí(g) que(h) vie(ih)ne(ij) tu(hiHGh) Rey,(h.g.) (') el(hg~) San(g.)to,(f.) el(gh) Sal(f)va(e.fgwh)dor(g) del(hg~) mun(egff)do.(f.e.) (::z)
  • chonakchonak
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    (')

    There's your problem. Take it out (twice), and the GABC runs OK on the GregorioChant site.
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  • Richard MixRichard Mix
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    Thanks! I notice GrCh leaves the annotation case as is instead of subbing all caps like Illuminare. It also doesn't render the bonus ǎ's, but for some reason there's a hyphen after the first word…
  • chonakchonak
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    Can you post the GABC as it stands now?
  • Richard MixRichard Mix
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    name: Exsulta filia Sion;
    user-notes: Aurora de la Natividad, Santa María Madre de Dios ;
    commentary: Zacarías 9:9;
    annotation: Com. vi;
    centering-scheme: latin;
    %fontsize: 12;
    %spacing: vichi;
    %font: palatino;
    %width: 4.5;
    %height: 11;
    %%accessible
    (c4)
    S¡Sal(h)ta(dewf) de a(cd~)le(d)gría,(d) (,) hi(dfg)ja(gh) de(h) Si(ghe)on!(e.) (;z) ¡Lan(e)za(e) gri(eghih)tos(h) de(h) go(h)zo,(h) hi(hjj/hg)ja(g) de(fgh) Je(ghf)ru(egff)sa(f)lén!(f.e.) (:)
    He a(e)quí(g) que(h) vie(ih)ne(ij) tu(hiHGh) Rey,(h.g.) (,) el(hg~) San(g.)to,(f.) el(gh) Sal(f)va(e.fgwh)dor(g) del(hg~) mun(egff)do.(f.e.) (::z)
  • chonakchonak
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    Why does the word "accessible" appear before the (c4) clef spec?

    Where's the hyphen?
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  • Richard MixRichard Mix
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    Wow, I've no idea where "accessible" came from, and taking it out cured the Illuminare weirdness. The GregorioChant hyphen is also gone today: much appreciate all the help!

    Btw, in the last few weeks all my attempts (previously successful) to upload PDF's via the "attach a file" button have timed out.
  • chonakchonak
    Posts: 8,507
    The forum software is fussy about uploads: if the file name contains spaces or punctuation (other than hyphens), the upload often fails.
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  • Richard MixRichard Mix
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    name: Exsulta filia Sion;
    user-notes: Aurora de la Natividad, Santa María Madre de Dios ;
    commentary: Zacarías 9:9;
    annotation: Com. vi;
    centering-scheme: latin;
    %fontsize: 12;
    %spacing: vichi;
    %font: palatino;
    %width: 4.5;
    %height: 11;
    %%
    (c4)
    S¡Sal(h)ta(dewf) de a(cd~)le(d)gría,(d) (,) hi(dfg)ja(gh) de(h) Si(ghe)on!(e.) (;z) ¡Lan(e)za(e) gri(eghih)tos(h) de(h) go(h)zo,(h) hi(hjj/hg)ja(g) de(fgh) Je(ghf)ru(egff)sa(f)lén!(f.e.) (:)
    He a(e)quí(g) que(h) vie(ih)ne(ij) tu(hiHGh) Rey,(h.g.) (,) el(hg~) San(g.)to,(f.) el(gh) Sal(f)va(e.fgwh)dor(g) del(hg~) mun(egff)do.(f.e.) (::z)
  • chonakchonak
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    A bit of fine tuning: where the first note is not aligned well, you can specify the alignment by putting braces around the vowel:

    S{a}l(h)ta

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