|immediate||abcm2ps >= 8.7.0
Define the mapping of a note.
A note mapping set may be defined anywhere in a ABC file.
When some mapping definitions are found inside a tune, they apply to this tune only.
*means "same staff offset".
The other parameters are keyword/value pairs format:
A %%map defining the mapping of a previously mapped note modifies only the parameters it contains. The other parameters remain unchanged. The formatting parameters are:
The glyph names are separated by commas and slashes.
The commas separate the duration sets.
The first set is the black note replacement (quarter note or smaller), the second set is the white note (half note), the third set is the whole note and the forth set is the double whole note (breve).
When no glyph set is defined for some duration, the last set of the list is used.
Inside a duration set, the slashes are used when the glyphs are different
as the stem goes upwards (first name) or downwards (second name).
See Shape for an example.
<ABC_note> is the (pitch + accidental) part of a ABC note.
For ordinary voices, the offset is adjusted according to the clef.
For percussion voices, the offset is always the one of a treble clef.
With abcm2ps, <color> can be only defined by a 24 bits numerical color