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Re: one-pass vertical stretching

From: Nicolas Sceaux
Subject: Re: one-pass vertical stretching
Date: Sat, 20 Jan 2007 11:17:45 +0100
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"Joe Neeman" <address@hidden> writes:

> I've just committed one-pass vertical stretching to branch jneeman. I
> haven't pushed to make web because I haven't yet checked regressions and
> there is a change in behaviour -- it now stretches systems by default.
> Stretching can be tuned by tweaking VerticalAlignment #'max-stretch. If you
> want to tweak the systems individually, you should set VerticalAlignment
> #'max-stretch to zero and use line-break-system-details as before.
> What do people think? Should we stretch by default?

Joe you're my hero.

As for what is usually done, I don't have many examples for comparison,
just a Summer Night Dream by Mendelssohn, C.F.Peters, late 19th. But in
this book, vertical stretch is used; lyrics however are always close to
the staff they're linked to, as Trent points out.


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