To position a \fermata sign over the last bar line, you must use a specially modified rehearsal mark
\override Score.RehearsalMark #'break-visibility = #begin-of-line-invisible
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extra-offsetproperty, which has a pair of numbers as value, moves around objects in the printout. The first number controls left-right movement; a positive number will move the object to the right. The second number controls up-down movement; a positive number will move it higher. The units of these offsets are staff-spaces. The
extra-offsetproperty is a low-level feature: the formatting engine is completely oblivious to these offsets.
transparent property will cause an object to be printed
invisible ink: the object is not printed, but all its other
behavior is retained. The object still takes up space, it takes part in
collisions, and slurs, ties and beams can be attached to it.
This snippet demonstrates how to connect different voices using ties. Normally, ties only connect two notes in the same voice. By introducing a tie in a different voice, and blanking the first up-stem in that voice, the tie appears to cross voices.