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  1. #131

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    S and N (Small/Normal chord-font size)
    https://www.irealb.com/forums/showth...al-chord-font)

    Le Blues Du Blanc -CM-3 - Pierre Papadiamandis


    )BOB

  2. #132

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    Yes Bob, I knew that.
    But the problem is that some chords are placed at the end of the bar, and, even in S, they are difficult to read because of the vertical straight line. Even in your modified chart.
    Regards.
    Christian.

  3. #133

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    Even with the small font, extended qualities can overlap. The issue is, on a small phone-screen chords are difficult enough to read without also using the small font where it's not necessary.

    Other options:
    Double the length of some measures. That often creates other problems.

    Le Blues Du Blanc -CM-3 2 - Pierre Papadiamandis

    You can add text below an overlapped chord to show what's hidden.

    Le Blues Du Blanc -CM-3 1 - Pierre Papadiamandis

    )BOB

  4. #134

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxdjazz View Post
    You can add text below an overlapped chord to show what's hidden.
    )BOB
    I think that I prefer this solution.

    Thank you very much for your advises, Bob !
    Regards.
    Christian.

  5. #135

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    @Bob : I modified your "-CM-3 1" concerning the writing of the "b9" and "DS al coda".
    Like this, the "DS al coda" is better seen, I think.
    Thanks a lot, Bob.

    Le Blues Du Blanc -CM-5 - Pierre Papadiamandis

    Regards.
    Christian.

  6. #136

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    Your modification does not play correctly in the player because you didn’t enter it in one of the spaces in the "jump from" measure. (Does not return to the Segno)
    Player instructions ( DC, DS, Fine 3x...) are usually placed beneath the measure.
    That avoids reader confusion.

    )BOB

  7. #137

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    Effectivement, you are right, Bob.
    I didn't try to play it.

    Here is -CM-6 which is good for the player.
    I tried it and it works.

    Le Blues Du Blanc -CM-6 - Pierre Papadiamandis

    Thanks a lot, Bob.

    Regards.
    Christian.

  8. #138

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    It's still confusing to me when I encounter a circulation instruction below a measure that it's not connected to.

    )BOB

  9. #139

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    https://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dal_...le%20de%20coda.

    As you can see, in the music rules, the "DS al coda", and others, are written above the bar. So, I prefer this because I have the habit with.
    But never mind, when the player is running, we rarely look at all the details of it.

    Thank you, Bob.

    Regards.
    Christian.
    Last edited by ChrisMascret; 07-31-2021 at 09:00 PM. Reason: For changing the word "under" to "above"

  10. #140

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisMascret View Post
    https://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dal_...le%20de%20coda.

    As you can see, in the music rules, the "DS al coda", and others, are written under the bar. So, I prefer this because I have the habit with.
    But never mind, when the player is running, we rarely look at all the details of it.

    Thank you, Bob.

    Regards.
    Christian.
    Exactly, yet you placed your DS instruction above the operative measure (so it appears to be below an unrelated measure on the preceding system.

    )BOB

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