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Re: including gregorian.ly breaks lyrics alignment in melismas

From: Janek Warchoł
Subject: Re: including gregorian.ly breaks lyrics alignment in melismas
Date: Mon, 27 Dec 2010 17:08:45 +0100

2010/12/27 Xavier Scheuer <address@hidden>:
> 2010/12/27 Janek Warchoł <address@hidden>:
>> including gregorian.ly breaks horizontal spacing when there are lyrics. 
>> Example:
>> \include "gregorian.ly"
>> <<
>>        \new Voice = foobar { f'( a' g' f') }
>>        \new Lyrics \lyricsto foobar \lyricmode { lalah }
>> >>
> Hi!
> I compiled with 2.13.43 and I did not see an issue here.
> The result is exactly the same if we comment  \include "gregorian.ly" ,
> so this tends to mean if there is an issue it is not due to this.
> I suppose you consider an issue the fact that the syllable is
> left-aligned instead of horizontally centered below the first note.
> This is due to the slur and is normal behaviour AFAIK.
> The slur is creating a melismata and LilyPond tries to horizontally
> center the syllable below the whole slurred passage.  But it needs to
> stay below the first note also (because that's where the syllable begins),
> so it is left-aligned.
> Seems "normal" to me, so not an issue here IMHO.

This surely sounds like normal bahaviour! Looks like i'm getting
different output than you do. I attach my output.
(in addition to strange alignment, including gregorian.ly causes the
indent to disappear on my computer)...
I'm using LilyPond 2.13.43 (i'll install .44 right now) on Windows 7
Professional PC.


Attachment: with gregorian.png
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Attachment: without gregorian.png
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