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Re: Starting a repeat at the beginning, II

From: Neil Puttock
Subject: Re: Starting a repeat at the beginning, II
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 19:56:42 +0100

2008/6/27 Palmer, Ralph <address@hidden>:

>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Neil Puttock [mailto:address@hidden

>> - overriding 'break-align-orders is not necessary for \bar to work; it
>> just allows the tuning of the repeat position.
> This, however, doesn't seem to be true. I cannot get \bar "|:" to print
> without either using Score.BreakAlignment or else using a skip before
> the \bar "|:" (to "attach" the \bar "|:" to, if I had to guess), and
> using the skip moves the repeat sign even further than
> Score.BreakAlignment does, if in the opposite direction.

Hmm... I hadn't noticed that. :)

It appears to be another case of quirkiness when there's no explicit
context creation; the following snippet works fine:

\new Staff \relative c' {
  \bar "|:"
  c d e f


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