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Re: Using \global - Lilypond 2.9.20 Windows

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: Re: Using \global - Lilypond 2.9.20 Windows
Date: Wed, 04 Oct 2006 10:33:24 +0200
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Mats Bengtsson schreef:
well-defined which one and the program should definitely tell that that the
user probably has made a mistake and the program had to make a decision
on which mark to typeset.

In your case, you know why the warning appears and you know that you can
ignore it, since you only have \mark commands in your \global. If you want to get rid of the warnings, you could add the \mark commands in a separate variable that's only included at the top stave of the score, or you could use the \tag feature
to do the same thing.

It would be better if there were a check if the new event is equal to the old one, and only warn if they're different. Also, the definition location seems to be missing. Erik?


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