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Highlighting repeat marks :||:

Posted: Sun Jun 19, 2011 12:34 am
by Graham OSP
Hi good people, its Graham the 'Old String Plucker' in need of help again. I want to highlight the :||: return marks. I have found that when you put a space between the marks, the lines thicken up (like at the begining and end of a tune). I find highlighting the repeats in the middle makes it much easier to see them ..... but..... when I save and reopen the tune this 'bolding effect' vanishes. Has anyone got any Ideas?

Re: Highlighting repeat marks :||:

Posted: Sat Jun 16, 2012 9:22 pm
by laughingman182
I've made a post like this, except I was asking for Vim regular expressions for barlines. I found the solution on my own though: abc.vim

Re: Highlighting repeat marks :||:

Posted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 1:56 pm
by addme
it usually plays the "A" part until it gets to "first ending" ( as "|1 ") and plays part of the notes in that measure; then it plays about 6-8 notes in the "B" part and stops. Is there a problem with the setup, or a way around this?