they would insert a non-grace rest of the desired duration of the tuplet, and mark that hidden as well. Immediately preceding these notes, there would be a user object, which would have necessary parameters to control the appearance (and playback) of the tuplet.
Without knowing the durations and appearance of notes on other staves, the user object could not get the appearance right.
Imagine that a user wishes to create a custom tuplet at some spot in their score. They would insert the tuplet notation as grace notes, and then make the notes hidden and muted. ... user object, which would have necessary parameters to control the ... playback ...
Of course, all these "blank head features" collide with CueHeads ....
How about ... 0 stems and blank heads? They seem to spread correctly
0 stems are OK, but you might as well make the noteheads visible. Easier that way, I think.
... Does that make more sense?
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