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RE: Strange vertical spacing now (2.9.28) with breakbefore = ##t


From: Fairchild
Subject: RE: Strange vertical spacing now (2.9.28) with breakbefore = ##t
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2007 16:06:05 -0500

Arvid -

Please, post a score (.ly and .pdf) somewhere with all the goodies you have
developed, especially the cover stuff.

                       - Bruce

-----Original Message-----
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Arvid Gr√łtting
Sent: Saturday, November 04, 2006 6:52 AM
To: address@hidden
Subject: Re: Strange vertical spacing now (2.9.28) with breakbefore = ##t


Joe Neeman <joeneeman <at> gmail.com> writes:

> > What will happen if you keep the current behaviour of the
> > line-breaker, but apply it to each section after splitting on forced
> > page breaks instead of to the whole \book?  (My guess is we'll get the
> > expected behaviour, quite possibly with a speedup as a bonus.)
> 
> That's a good idea, but it's a somewhat more difficult change and I'm not
so
> keen to do it this close to a release.

Good point.  An idea for 2.11, then?  ;-)

BTW, let me stress that the new line/page breaking looks much better than
the old one, except that it gives strange results in border cases like the
ones
I've stumbled upon.

(I'm committing acts against the nature of Lilypond in order to be able to
automatically create cover pages from within Lilypond.  OK, so using 
bookTitleMarkup and breakbefore = ##t isn't all that strange. The trick
I use to print a back cover is a bit more silly: It involves a score
consisting
solely of the lyric " ", some markups including scheme code for printing
EAN bar codes in inline Postscript for a given ISMN, and, again,
breakbefore = ##t.)

Cheers,

-- 

Arvid




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