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Re: landscape mode in lilypond-book doesn't calculate line length correc
Re: landscape mode in lilypond-book doesn't calculate line length correctly
Sat, 11 Aug 2012 15:22:02 -0400
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.1.50 (gnu/linux)
>>>>> "Laura" == Laura Conrad <address@hidden> writes:
Laura> When run on the attached file, lilypond-book sets the line
Laura> length of the music to be much less than the actual width of
Laura> the page that latex is using (which you can see by where it
Laura> puts the footers.)
I think I have a clue as to the source of this problem. I did
some investigation, since this is a blocking bug for a project with a
tight deadline in early September.
I looked at the lilypond-book python code, and it does indeed seem to be
setting the width wider for a landscape page than for a portrait page.
However, at some point when lilypond-book is running lilypond, I get the
warning: systems run off the page due to improper paper settings,
setting default values
It looks like whatever code writes this warning thinks that no page
should ever be more than about 9 inches wide. This might be good enough
for my purposes, although I was thinking about using smaller than 1 inch
margins, and certainly there are some purposes for which you would
definitely want minimal margins.
So can someone who understands where that message comes from check
whether there's some inappropriate hard coding of the maximum width of a
page which is too small for a letter paper in landscape?
Laura (mailto:address@hidden, twitter: @serpentplayer)
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