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Re: Using global - Lilypond 2.9.20 Windows

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Using global - Lilypond 2.9.20 Windows
Date: Thu, 05 Oct 2006 22:27:02 +0200
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Quoting Arvid Grøtting <address@hidden>:

Graham Percival <gpermus <at> gmail.com> writes:

I'm working on a viola trio right now, and these warning messages
completely conceal any other info.  I shudder to think of all the
messages if I were doing an orchestral score.

I'm typesetting some TTBB choral music now (as always), and I get
similar warnings about simultaneous rests, seemingly whenever both
voices on a staff have a rest.

Both rests are still printed, though, even if the warning claims to
drop one of them.

Intestringly, all printed choral music that I have -- including 19th
century editions -- print only one, centered rest whenever two voices
on a staff have a simultaneous rest; only the scores I print with
Lilypond print both rests in that case.  (I can't really be bothered
to remove them with manual tweaks, as those would really clutter the
LY file as well as make it slightly harder to print a four-staff

This is why many people try to use \partcombine for choral scores.
However, as you can see from the mailing list archives, there are
some problems with the current implementation of \partcombine.


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