[CM] Using Scheme - FOMUS marks that have arguments
dpsenick at gmail.com
Sat Sep 11 12:59:15 PDT 2010
I think you probably want '(("x" "sul pont"))--the outer parens is for
the entire list of marks and the inner parens is necessary because the
mark takes an argument. The next release should have a "sulpont" mark
that is automatically paired with an "ord" mark (plus the text for these
marks will be customizable, so basically you won't need the nested
On Sat, 2010-09-11 at 16:16 +0100, Bret Battey wrote:
> I'm continuing with my Scheme/Grace MIDIfile to Finale conversion
> project. I would like to use the FOMUS [x string_text] mark on notes,
> but I haven't been able to figure out how to implement it in the
> Scheme context.
> I have a variable 'marks' that I am setting to my mark value before
> outputting with a send fomus:note command.
> These are all end up being unrecognizable by FOMUS:
> (set! mymark '("x "sul pont"")
> (set! mymark '("x \"sul pont\"")
> (set! mymark '("x 'sul pont'")
> (set! mymark '("[x "sul pont"]")
> Any suggestions?
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