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Re: Rehearsal Mark bugs

From: Cameron Horsburgh
Subject: Re: Rehearsal Mark bugs
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2006 16:08:08 +1100
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.13 (2006-08-11)

On Wed, Nov 08, 2006 at 06:54:32PM -0800, Graham Percival wrote:
> Cameron Horsburgh wrote:
> >On Wed, Oct 25, 2006 at 11:03:42PM -0700, Graham Percival wrote:
> >>Hi Cameron and Marcus,
> >>
> >>Both of you reported this bug.  Could you check if it has anything to do 
> >>with #'break-align-symbol  ?  I'm thinking of something like the 
> >>examples in the doc section on Text marks.
> >
> >I've had a bit if a fiddle with different settings for
> >#'break-align-symbol. The correct (IMO) result comes when I set it to
> >#'clef, which surprises me a little, because it centres over the bar
> >line (cf. the example in the section on text marks). 
> >
> >It still isn't perfect -- the mark over the double bar line is aligned
> >to the first of the two bar lines, which means it's slightly off to the
> >left. Currently it seems to align over the right line, so in this case
> >the fix is no worse than the current situation.
> I'm not really certain where that leaves this bug report.  Are you 
> proposing that
>      \override Score.RehearsalMark #'break-align-symbol = #'clef
> should be the default?  Do you have any complaints with #'clef, other 
> than bug #97 ?

I have fewer complaints with #'clef than anything other option. I tried Mats' 
example in 2.9.27 and marks seemed to be little offset to the left, but it's a 
minor nitpick and it certainly fixes the problem of collisions with key and 
time signatures.

I was worried about what would happen if there was a rehearsal mark at the 
beginning of the piece, but that doesn't seem to move at all.

So to answer your question in a roundabout way, if #'clef doesn't become 
default I will be adding it to all of my scores from now on!


Cameron Horsburgh


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