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Re: space between text and the next system

From: Rachel Knight
Subject: Re: space between text and the next system
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2019 19:04:32 -0700

The system system spacing was the same regardless of the marking. I did find 
one idea that made the score not so messy at least. I made a separate file for 
all the needed settings:
_\markup \lower #11 " "_\markup \concat \vcenter \center-align

Then I used an includes function in my score text.


> On Jan 11, 2019, at 11:30 PM, Aaron Hill <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 2019-01-11 9:12 pm, Rachel Knight wrote:
>> There is a markup-system spacing, but I think it only applies to line
>> markups, not ones attached to notes as in my score. It didn’t affect
>> the spacing when I tried it. (I am trying to add more space between
>> systems one and two.) If that works, I will move all the pedal
>> markings below the score.
> Perhaps adjusting the system-system-spacing might work then.  For instance, 
> consider setting the 'padding value, which forces a minimum distance between 
> the skylines of the neighboring systems.  For systems that have no pedal 
> marks, they shouldn't need to move assuming your 'basic-distance is set to a 
> reasonable value, but then the ones that have the pedal marks will get too 
> close and push the next system lower.
> -- Aaron Hill
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