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Re: Interesting numerology

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Interesting numerology
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2005 17:31:10 +0200
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\break and \pagebreak only work in the middle of a score, if you
want to manual specify a page break between two scores, then you
need a recent version of 2.5.xx, where you can set
breakbefore = ##t
in the \header{...} field.


Fairchild wrote:
Mats -

The code does have \break \pagebreak at the end of STUFF, but \pagebreak
seems to be ignored.

                                - Bruce

-----Original Message-----
From: Mats Bengtsson [mailto:address@hidden Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2005 3:35 AM
To: Fairchild
Cc: address@hidden; address@hidden
Subject: Re: Interesting numerology

Why don't you simply insert a \break where you want the page break and set
  raggedlastbottom = ##f
so that LilyPond automatically spreads the systems over the available space?


Fairchild wrote:

The goal of the shtick below is to balance the two printed pages with ten lines on each page. As is and again by changing the fourteenth digit of betweensystemspace from 5 to 6 gets two different results, nine lines on one page and eleven on the other - neither the desired result.

How to control the layout differently in consecutive scores?


\version "2.4.3"
#(set-default-paper-size "letter")
                                                STUFF = {
c1 c c c \break c c c c \break c c c c \break c c c c \break c1 c c c \break c c c c \break c c c c \break c c c c \break c1 c c c \break c c c c \break \pageBreak
                                                }%end STUFF
                                                \paper {
printpagenumber      = ##f
leftmargin           = 0.50\in
topmargin            = 0.20\in
bottommargin         = 0.20\in
footsep              = 0.01\in
betweensystempadding = -.10\in
betweensystemspace   = 1.0931579213785\in
                                                }%end paper
                                                \score {
                                        \layout {
linewidth            = 7.50\in
indent               = 0.00\in
                                        }%end layout
                                        \relative c'''' {
                                        }%end relative
                                                }%end score
                                                \score {
                                        \layout {
linewidth            = 4.50\in
indent               = 0.00\in
\context { \Staff minimumVerticalExtent = #'(-1.0 . 1.0) }
                                        }%end layout
                                        \relative c'' {
                                        }%end relative
                                                }%end score


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