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Re: \header bug or feature?

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: \header bug or feature?
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2003 10:45:10 +0200
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Stefaan Himpe wrote:
Hi list,

Certain elements in the header block
are intended not to appear on the last page of a
score. I have noticed this happens
also if the score is only 1 page long (e.g. copyright
notice does not appear in a 1 page score)

Is this intended? Can it be forced to appear?

The copyright field is printed on the first page and
the tagline field is always printed on the last page.
When you only have a single page, the first and the
last pages coincide, so we have to make a choice.
The choice in the current implementation is to let the
tagline override the copyright field in these situations,
but I'm not convinced that's the best way to do it.
It might be slightly tricky to change in the implementation,
though, since ly2dvi leaves the job of splitting the music
into pages to TeX.

The same notice also does not always appear on
the first page when the score has 2 pages,
(one staff on 2nd page) after tweaking using

SpacingSpanner \#'spacing-increment NUMBER

That shouldn't happen.


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