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## Re: slurs at breaks are wrongly influenced by rehearsal marks

 From: Rick Hansen (aka RickH) Subject: Re: slurs at breaks are wrongly influenced by rehearsal marks Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 15:33:31 -0700 (PDT)

FYI, this bug also happens on volta brackets that continue or start at a new
system.  The beginning of the volta bracket is "pushed" to the right by the
mark.  This is exasperated by the fact that very often it is necessary to
put a "To CODA" mark at the beginning of first endings.  In this very
frequent (pop music) case the volta bracket correctly ignores the coda mark
if it is starting in mid-system but if the coda mark and volta start happen
to occur at the beginning of a new system, the coda is pushing the volta
around so it looks like the alternate ending is beginning in mid-measure.

I've been coding around this by forcing my voltas to never start a system,
as I did not realize it was a bug, so feel free to add this too.

thanks
Rick

Toine Schreurs-2 wrote:
>
> The last part of a broken slur (at a line break) is wrong if at
> the same time a long rehearsalmark is printed. The slurdirection
> is reversed, and the slur is drawn at the right side of the
> note, instead of the left side. The slur is extended to the full
> length of the rehearsal mark.
>
> snippet:
> %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
>
> \version "2.9.25"
> \layout {
>   ragged-right = ##t
>   ragged-last = ##t
>   indent = 0.0\cm
>   \context {
>    \Score
>    \override RehearsalMark #'self-alignment-X = #left
>   }
> }
>
> {
>   c'1( \break
>   \mark \markup { "long rehearsal mark" }
>   c')
> }
> %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
>
> A solution could be to disable breaks at rehearsalmarks with simultaneous
> slurs, but that's something you want to avoid in a more complex score.
>
> Is there another solution for this problem, or is it a bug?
>
> Greetings,
> Toine Schreurs
>
>
>
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