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Re: incorrect barnumber?

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: incorrect barnumber?
Date: Thu, 04 Nov 2004 10:16:41 +0100
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Have you checked in any printed scores how it's done?
I'm sure that there's no strict rule, but that the most
common solution is to use separate bar numbers for the
first and second ending. After all, the main point of
the bar numbers is that they are unique and the same
in all the parts. What might cause a problem is if
different players use different editions of the same music
with separate bar numbers. I've experienced this a number
of times playing in orchestras.


Katrien de Vos wrote:
I am using version 2.2.5 (2.4.0 not available for windows users).
In a \repeat volta 2 \alternative section the numbering of bar continues in the alternative part. I assumed that the second alternative should have the same barnumber as the first altenative. But in the output the second alternative is counted as the next measure.
I solve this 'problem'  by forcing \set Score.currentBarNumber.
Is this a bug ?

Jaap de Vos

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