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Re: New issue: Add StaffAxis context type

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: New issue: Add StaffAxis context type
Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2015 08:57:06 +0200
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tisimst <address@hidden> writes:

> On 8/26/2015 4:45 PM, David Kastrup [via Lilypond] wrote:
>> tisimst <[hidden email] 
>> </user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=180230&i=0>> writes:
>> > - CompositeStaff
>> > - HybridStaff
>> > - StaffBlend
>> > - AssortedStaff
>> >
>> > Maybe "StaffAxis" is the best one.
>> Of those?  Probably.  Not that it's all that good.  I like OneStaff
>> better.
> I think I'll put my vote is in for that, too, unless a more descriptive 
> one comes up. I think that's what I feel is missing, more description in 
> the name to make it more obvious to a new user. "StaffContainer"?
>> > Is the purpose just to fix the vertical alignment issue?
>> Uh, it's not a bug workaround.  It's a feature.  It's sole purpose is to
>> use common Y coordinates for all contained staves.  There are a number
>> of uses for that, for both parallel and immediately successive contexts.
> Poor word choice on my part. I didn't mean to suggest it was a bug. I'm 
> pretty sure I understand what it does for successive contexts, but I'm 
> not sure what it does for parallel ones. Can you show an example?

How about the regtest included in the patch?

David Kastrup

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