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Re: Getting an override into a markup function

From: Simon Albrecht
Subject: Re: Getting an override into a markup function
Date: Sat, 26 Sep 2015 01:54:21 +0200
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On 26.09.2015 01:05, Michael Gerdau wrote:
While following this thread I've copied the various solutions into
a growing file. Interstingly with all three proposed solution one after
another the final resulting PDF is roted by 90 degree as well.

Commenting out any of the 4 \markup (or note) lines does not rotate
the PDF, but with all it does.

Why is that so ?

A completely weird-in-appearance bug. I boiled it down to the following:
– the markup string has more than fifteen(!) characters
– and is called more than three times,
the resulting .pdf will be rotated. It happens with all integer multiples of 90 degrees and it’s only the PS backend which is concerned.

Yours, Simon

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