att.phrase.vis.cmn

Visual domain attributes.
Module
MEI.cmn
Attributes
bezier, bulge, curvedir, lform, lwidth
bezier(optional)Records the placement of Bezier control points as a series of pairs of space-separated values; e.g., 19 45 -32 118. One or more values, each consisting of a sequence of decimal and decimal sub-values.
bulge(optional)Describes a curve as one or more pairs of values with respect to an imaginary line connecting the starting and ending points of the curve. The first value captures a distance to the left (positive value) or right (negative value) of the line, expressed in virtual units. The second value of each pair represents a point along the line, expressed as a percentage of the line's length. N.B. An MEI virtual unit (VU) is half the distance between adjacent staff lines. One or more of decimal.
curvedir(optional)Describes a curve with a generic term indicating the direction of curvature. Allowed values are: "above" (Upward curve.), "below" (Downward curve.), "mixed" (A "meandering" curve, both above and below the items it pertains to.)
lform(optional)Describes the line style of a curve. Value conforms to data.LINEFORM.
lwidth(optional)Width of a curved line. Value conforms to data.LINEWIDTH.
(MEI.shared) Attributes that describe curvature.
bezier(optional)Records the placement of Bezier control points as a series of pairs of space-separated values; e.g., 19 45 -32 118. One or more values, each consisting of a sequence of decimal and decimal sub-values.
bulge(optional)Describes a curve as one or more pairs of values with respect to an imaginary line connecting the starting and ending points of the curve. The first value captures a distance to the left (positive value) or right (negative value) of the line, expressed in virtual units. The second value of each pair represents a point along the line, expressed as a percentage of the line's length. N.B. An MEI virtual unit (VU) is half the distance between adjacent staff lines. One or more of decimal.
curvedir(optional)Describes a curve with a generic term indicating the direction of curvature. Allowed values are: "above" (Upward curve.), "below" (Downward curve.), "mixed" (A "meandering" curve, both above and below the items it pertains to.)
(MEI.shared) Attributes that record the visual rendition of curves.
lform(optional)Describes the line style of a curve. Value conforms to data.LINEFORM.
lwidth(optional)Width of a curved line. Value conforms to data.LINEWIDTH.
Component declarations that are shared between two or more modules.
bezier(optional)Records the placement of Bezier control points as a series of pairs of space-separated values; e.g., 19 45 -32 118. One or more values, each consisting of a sequence of decimal and decimal sub-values.
bulge(optional)Describes a curve as one or more pairs of values with respect to an imaginary line connecting the starting and ending points of the curve. The first value captures a distance to the left (positive value) or right (negative value) of the line, expressed in virtual units. The second value of each pair represents a point along the line, expressed as a percentage of the line's length. N.B. An MEI virtual unit (VU) is half the distance between adjacent staff lines. One or more of decimal.
curvedir(optional)Describes a curve with a generic term indicating the direction of curvature. Allowed values are: "above" (Upward curve.), "below" (Downward curve.), "mixed" (A "meandering" curve, both above and below the items it pertains to.)
lform(optional)Describes the line style of a curve. Value conforms to data.LINEFORM.
lwidth(optional)Width of a curved line. Value conforms to data.LINEWIDTH.
Available at
phraseIndication of 1) a "unified melodic idea" or 2) performance technique.
Component declarations that are shared between two or more modules.
phraseIndication of 1) a "unified melodic idea" or 2) performance technique.
Declaration
<classSpec ident="att.phrase.vis.cmn" module="MEI.cmn" type="atts">
<desc>Visual domain attributes.</desc>
<classes>
<memberOf key="att.curvature"/>
<memberOf key="att.curveRend"/>
</classes>
</classSpec>