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Re: landscape mode in lilypond-book doesn't calculate line length correc

From: Laura Conrad
Subject: Re: landscape mode in lilypond-book doesn't calculate line length correctly
Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2012 18:11:42 -0400
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>>>>> "David" == David Kastrup <address@hidden> writes:

    David> Fragments may use the

    David> `papersize=STRING'
    David>      Where STRING is a paper size defined in `scm/paper.scm' i.e.
    David>      `a5', `quarto', `11x17' etc.

    David>      Values not defined in `scm/paper.scm' will be ignored, a warning
    David>      will be posted and the snippet will be printed using the default
    David>      `a4' size.

    David> option.  Embarrassingly, there is no way to get a4 landscape in
    David> LilyPond-book right now, but a3 should do the trick I guess, at some
    David> loss of performance.

    David> Inside of LilyPond, #(set-default-paper-size "a4" 'landscape) would
    David> work.

Thanks, that's a good workaround.  What I'm actually doing is using:


since I have a lot of lilypond files in this book,  and only one
lilypond-book file for this project.
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