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 Post subject: Tutorial: How to use ABC Notation in your posts
PostPosted: 02 Aug 2012, 01:58 

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ABC Notation is a system designed to notate music in plain text format.


Little Geese: The Ocarina Forum allows using ABC notation to write music notation directly into the post, like this:


Code:
[abc=Example]X: 1
T: ABC Notation Example
M: 4/4
L: 1/4
K: Dm
B A c =B[/abc]

resulting in this:


X: 1
T: ABC Notation Example
M: 4/4
L: 1/4
K: Dm
B A c =B|]

In the code above, the [abc] tag requires a unique identifier (after the = sign, in the above case it is "Example"). You can use any string of letters as a unique identifier, as long as it is unique on the whole webpage. That means, when quoting other posts, ABC notation will not display correctly, unless you change the unique identifier.


When posting ABC notation, it is courteous to include a code for it after the notes. Use the [code] tag for that.


For more information on how to use ABC notation, visit http://abcnotation.com/learn.



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