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Re: Stave drawing behavior after a key change without following notes ch

From: Tobias Leupold
Subject: Re: Stave drawing behavior after a key change without following notes changed in 2.19.16
Date: Wed, 05 Oct 2022 22:58:27 +0200

Am Mittwoch, 5. Oktober 2022, 22:51:44 CEST schrieb Jean Abou Samra:
> Le 05/10/2022 à 22:44, Tobias Leupold a écrit :
> > This is simply a pattern that appears very often, at least for the
> > pieces of
> > music I handle (wind ensemle pieces) ... I attached three examples I
> > found in
> > my sheets, without having searched longer than two minutes (all
> > rendered with
> > older versions of Lilypond) ...
> > I mean, I have this each and every time a key change happens, but only in
> > the next line,
> Oh, but the new behavior is only for the end of the staff, not if the
> staff continues on the next line, e.g. of course the staff lines extend
> to the right of the new key signature in this example:
> \version "2.22.2"
> {
>    \key g \major
>    c'1
>    \key a \major
>    \break
>    c'1
> }
> They only stop before the key if you have a key at the very end.
> I can understand why you want to do that for a segno repeat
> (although I don't recall ever actually seeing this myself), but
> this case is much more rare.

Well -- at least for my stuff -- a repeat like D. S. or D. C. happens quite 
often at the very end of a piece! Like in example 2 and 3 I attached.

I really consider(ed) this to be a very common case, and I thus really 
wondered about the changed behavior ...

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