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Re: odd choral score problem

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: odd choral score problem
Date: Tue, 05 Dec 2006 08:27:33 +0100
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Impossible to say without seeing your .ly files. Could you please try to reduce your example to a few lines of code that illustrates the problem (it may very
well happent that you find the problem yourself during that process).


James E. Bailey wrote:
So, I'm creating a choral score and having some difficulties. First of all, I 
put everything in separate files because it's just easier for me to find errors 
that way, so posting music would be a bit difficult, I'll explain everything as 
well as I can.

I have "SopranoMusic" defined in its own file. I have "sopranolyrics" defined in its own file. I 
also have a sopranoscore file that puts the two together so I can see the output and check things before I start 
putting a choral score together. I have these files defined for all of my voice parts. And I also have an "open 
score" version file that compiles all of the music and lyrics together into an open score, and am just now 
creating a "closed score" version for my final version.

Each part creates a pdf that is perfect individually. The open score creates a 
pdf that is perfect. The closed score version has odd lyric placement issues 
after extended rests. These issues do not occur in the solo part versions or 
the open score version. Specifically, after a rest of more than a measure, the 
lyrics are shifted over. I don't really understand it. Is there something I'm 
missing. I just edited the choral score template from the 2.10 tutorial.

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