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Re: Score won't typeset

From: Joe Wilkinson
Subject: Re: Score won't typeset
Date: Sat, 3 Oct 2020 11:21:39 +0100
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Hi Richard,
I downloaded the latest version off the website this morning (I know that your prospective edits were not included!)
I tried deleting the Custom Score "MandyMandy" but It still produces the same problem.
Even with a New Score, one movement, one staff, 2 bars of crotchets in C, only a default Score Layout it still wouldn't work

So I deleted all versions of and references to Denemo from my laptop, including in users (but not previously successfully produced files) and restarted the Laptop.
Then installed last night's version and created the denemo file attached (I have renamed it so that it matches the other files)
When exported to my test folder I could set it with Lilypond
But when I tried TypesetMusic >> Typeset I got the message the Lilypond could not typeset this score
I looked in denemoXXXXXX and found and this did typeset with Lilypond
The log file is blank and there is also a tmp-lilypond-nLfSe7 file that is also blank (and I don't think either blank file can be sent with this message)
Preferences are set to the lilypond in the recent denemo download.
Any Ideas, while I still have hair?

Best wishes

On 03/10/2020 08:50, Richard Shann wrote:
On Fri, 2020-10-02 at 22:36 +0100, Joe Wilkinson wrote:
Hi Richard,
When I try to typeset the score attached it fails.
Score CheckScore reveals no errors.
If I export to Lilypond and try compiling it using Lilypond
externally I get  a Typeset and warnings but no errors
I also get this window on trying to Typeset.
This is warning you of possible, but unlikely problems, and in this
case your problem is not to do with using the newer LilyPond version.

 I must be doing something wrong.
yes, you have a custom score layout belonging to some earlier score - I
suspect you created this score using "File->New from Current" and that
keeps custom score layouts. This is a bug which I noticed for the first
time yesterday (!) - New from Current should delete custom score blocks
as they will refer to movements, keys, time signatures etc which do not
apply to the new score. I'll be fixing that today I hope.

Even more remarkably, while looking at your score I came across a
serious bug in the "File->Reload Score" command - in some circumstance
(I think continuous typesetting) using it crashes Denemo. I've fixed
that and will be committing the fix today.

Anyway, with your score delete the custom score layout (View->Score
Layout) and all will be well.


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