On Mon, 2010-01-04 at 17:50 +0100, Reinhold Kainhofer wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a score with a full-page title page and several scores. Now,
> everything fits on 3 pages, but the page breaks are not ideal and I can
> afford to use 4 pages anyway.
> So, I insert a force page break before the last score (which takes
> pages originally) to give it its own page and stretch the scores before
> that from 1.33 pages to 2 pages.
> Unfortunately, after inserting this forced \pageBreak the scores
> the last), which before took only ~1.33 pages, suddently don't even fit
> on 2 pages any more, but need 3 pages!
> Attached is an example of this effect. if you leave the second
> commented out, everything fits on 3 pages. As in my real score the page
> breaks are not ideal, I added the \pageBreak before the final score.
> Simply uncomment that \pageBreak and suddently the score uses 5 pages
> instead of the expected 4 pages.
Thanks, this is definitely a bug. As a workaround, set blank-page-force
and blank-after-score-page-force to zero (the bug, of course, being that
these variables should have no effect unless you are using the