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## Re: \betweenLilyPondSystem : strange behaviour

 From: Jean-Charles Subject: Re: \betweenLilyPondSystem : strange behaviour Date: Sun, 01 Jul 2007 13:07:02 +0200 User-agent: Thunderbird 2.0.0.4 (X11/20070620)

Le 01.07.2007 02:22, Graham Percival disait :

Jean-Charles wrote:


It seems to me that as long as there is no "header" section in the lilypond environment, the first two systems get sticked together.
Uncommenting the header line makes it work correctly.




I suspect that this is a real bug, but I would still like an example which is --> as small as possible <--.


- can you reproduce this bug without the frenchb bable command? I'm certain that you can, so please remove this line.




It seems that something unreadable broke compilation as soon as I didnot explicit babel.


- can you reproduce this bug wihout any ties or slurs? I'm not certain about this; if you can, then remove all those marks.



The result is:
============ sticky-systems.lytex ==========
\documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{book}
\newcommand{\betweenLilyPondSystem}[1]{\linebreak \vspace{36pt}}
\begin{document}
\begin{lilypond}
%  \header {title = " "}
{c'1 \break c' \break c'}
\end{lilypond}
\end{document}
===============================


As a matter of fact, it is not very disturbing in the case of a "musicological" document, which is the reason why, in my sense, the documentation states that betweenlilypondsystem is called AFTER the first system. But when you use lilypond-book for collecting and embeding several scores, one just would like to get the entire score with desired spacing. In fact, I do not manage it within my LilyPond files (playing with between system space had no effect).