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Re: How to delete page numbers?

From: Paul Scott
Subject: Re: How to delete page numbers?
Date: Wed, 20 Apr 2005 08:37:02 -0700
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Mats Bengtsson wrote:

The basic idea is that \paper{...} should contain
settings that relate to the paper layout of the full
document. Similarly \layout{...} should contain settings
for score layout, which could be changed from score to
score within the same document. For example, leftmargin
is a typical paper variable whereas betweensystemspace
is a typical layout variable.

As far as I know, a \layout{...} block can be placed either
on the top level or within a \score{...}. In the former case,
it applies to all subsequent \score{...} blocks whereas it
only applies to the current score in the latter case.

As an exception, I think that if you only have one \layout{...}
section on the top level, then it applies to all \score sections,
not only to those that appear later in the file.

So, something like

\score {
}%end score
\score {
\layout{betweensystemspace = 2.50\in}
}%end score
should probably work.

If that isn't in the manual it should be.

Paul Scott

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