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Re: Review of chapter 4 of NR (spacing.itely)

From: Jean-Charles Malahieude
Subject: Re: Review of chapter 4 of NR (spacing.itely)
Date: Tue, 22 Dec 2015 12:20:42 +0100
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Le 22/12/2015 11:00, Federico Bruni a écrit :

h) 4.6.1 Displaying spacing

"Note that:

@multitable {1 staff-space} {staff-size)/4 * (25.4/72.27) mm}

@item 1 point
@tab = (25.4/72.27) mm

@item 1 staff-space
@tab = (@code{staff-size})/4 pts
@tab = (@code{staff-size})/4 * (25.4/72.27) mm

@end multitable

The first line within @multitable block is not rendered. What is meant for?

If I'm not mistaken, it fixes the wideness of the columns: you first determine the largest you would need for each of them ("1 staff-space" for the first). This will position the tab accordingly. Look how the = are vertically aligned on the three lines.


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