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Re: NR3.2.2: erroneous example?

From: Jean-Charles Malahieude
Subject: Re: NR3.2.2: erroneous example?
Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2011 15:56:57 +0200
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Le 20/08/2011 00:03, Trevor Daniels disait :

Jean-Charles, you wrote Friday, August 19, 2011 3:02 PM

Since the only header fields that will be printed are piece and opus,
the example in "Custom text formatting for title blocks" should read
(line 802 of input.itely)

- subtitle = \markup { \italic "(Excerpt)" }
+ opus = \markup { \italic "(Excerpt)" }

May I change it myself, or?

Please do.


When this section was changed quite a lot
of useful information was lost. I think
the following also needs to be reinserted
(properly formatted, of course) in Title
blocks explained:

Since I don't like very much having two consecutive
"if" sentences, I would favor:

If the book only has a single score, the @code{\header} block may be
placed inside or outside of the @code{\score} block.

The default behavior, when the @code{\header} has been defined inside
the @code{\score} block, is to print only the @code{piece} and @code{opus}

\score {
  { c'4 }
  \header {
    title = "title"  % not printed
    piece = "piece"
    opus = "opus"
@end lilypond

@funindex print-all-headers
You may change this behavior (and print all the headers when defining
@code{\header} inside @code{\score}) by using

  print-all-headers = ##t
@end example

@warning{Remember when adding a @address@hidden block inside a


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