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Re: Positionig text markup

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Positionig text markup
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 11:09:44 +0100

I always use the padding property, example:
\property Voice.TextScript \override #'padding = #3

The problem with 'raise' in text markup is that it only
raises the text object relative to some other text object
in the same text markup. I'm not sure why it works to add
a columns declaration.


> By trial and error I found that I can modify the vertical position
> of text markup using the construct
> c2.^#'(columns ((raise . 2) (bold "MAESTOSO")))( d4 ees )g, |
> on the other hand,
> c2.^#'(((raise . 2) (bold "MAESTOSO")))( d4 ees )g, |
> does not raise the text.
> What is the function of the columns keyword in this context?
> What is the simplest way to modify the horizontal position of text markup?
> While
> c2^#'........          left aligns the text to the c note
> \mark #'........      centers the text markup with respect to the last 
> barline.
> Is there a simple way to left align a text markup to the last barline?
> Tanks for your help.
> Antonio
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