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lilyglyphs issue?

Fer Gil
I'm sorry if this question does not belong here:

I'm sorry if this question does not belong here.

I'm trying to use lilyglyphs with TeX but no matter if it's a large code or a small one like this one below, it prints a square as you can see in the attachment.

I've tried changing the text font but with no luck.

%%

\documentclass[10pt]{article}

\usepackage{fontspec}

\usepackage{lilyglyphs}

\usepackage{babel}

\begin{document}

Hello \natural{} this is another \flatflat{} text.

\end{document}

%%


After hours, I discovered another issue: When using lilyglyphs with babel package with a language option like this: \usepackage[spanish]{babel} the document does not compile, because of an interaction between these two packages that I don't understand.


I'm on mac (TeXLive 2020)


Hoping Urs or any other have a potential solution,


Cheers,

Fernando


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Re: lilyglyphs issue?

Urs Liska-3
Am Mittwoch, den 09.09.2020, 00:55 -0500 schrieb Fernando Gil:
I'm sorry if this question does not belong here:

I'm sorry if this question does not belong here.

It's OK to post this here, although https://github.com/uliska/lilyglyphs/issues would be the canonical place.



I'm trying to use lilyglyphs with TeX but no matter if it's a large code or a small one like this one below, it prints a square as you can see in the attachment.

I've tried changing the text font but with no luck.

This is a known issue and has been fixed in
but not included in a release yet.

Unfortunately there's a bigger issue with using outdated Python 2 code, due to which lilyglyphs has been removed from TeX Live on several Linux distributions.

If I find the time to fix that (or if anybody would volunteer with that - should be pretty easy), I'll certainly release an update including your issue with the square.

Urs


%%

\documentclass[10pt]{article}

\usepackage{fontspec}

\usepackage{lilyglyphs}

\usepackage{babel}

\begin{document}

Hello \natural{} this is another \flatflat{} text.

\end{document}

%%


After hours, I discovered another issue: When using lilyglyphs with babel package with a language option like this: \usepackage[spanish]{babel} the document does not compile, because of an interaction between these two packages that I don't understand.


I'm on mac (TeXLive 2020)


Hoping Urs or any other have a potential solution,


Cheers,

Fernando

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Re: lilyglyphs issue?

Fer Gil
Thank you for pointing this to me Urs, It's working for me now, since I'm still using Python 2.7 on my machine. 
Sadly, I don't know Python so I think I'm not the person who may help you with that issue.

Your modules and packages are awesome and very useful. 
Regards!

El mié., 9 sept. 2020 a las 3:35, Urs Liska (<[hidden email]>) escribió:
Am Mittwoch, den 09.09.2020, 00:55 -0500 schrieb Fernando Gil:
I'm sorry if this question does not belong here:

I'm sorry if this question does not belong here.

It's OK to post this here, although https://github.com/uliska/lilyglyphs/issues would be the canonical place.



I'm trying to use lilyglyphs with TeX but no matter if it's a large code or a small one like this one below, it prints a square as you can see in the attachment.

I've tried changing the text font but with no luck.

This is a known issue and has been fixed in
but not included in a release yet.

Unfortunately there's a bigger issue with using outdated Python 2 code, due to which lilyglyphs has been removed from TeX Live on several Linux distributions.

If I find the time to fix that (or if anybody would volunteer with that - should be pretty easy), I'll certainly release an update including your issue with the square.

Urs


%%

\documentclass[10pt]{article}

\usepackage{fontspec}

\usepackage{lilyglyphs}

\usepackage{babel}

\begin{document}

Hello \natural{} this is another \flatflat{} text.

\end{document}

%%


After hours, I discovered another issue: When using lilyglyphs with babel package with a language option like this: \usepackage[spanish]{babel} the document does not compile, because of an interaction between these two packages that I don't understand.


I'm on mac (TeXLive 2020)


Hoping Urs or any other have a potential solution,


Cheers,

Fernando