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Re: RhythmicStaff Multimeasure Rests

From: Phil Holmes
Subject: Re: RhythmicStaff Multimeasure Rests
Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2010 17:35:43 +0100

"Jay Anderson" <address@hidden> wrote in message news:address@hidden
On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 3:19 PM, Neil Puttock <address@hidden> wrote:
\override RhythmicStaff.MultiMeasureRest #'staff-position = #0.01

Thanks. That works great.

Now I just have to deal with
\context{\RemoveEmptyRhythmicStaffContext} killing my settings. I
remember following the discussion recently, but I couldn't find a bug.
Was one written?

It's especially annoying here.

If I put this in a common file included by both the score and the part:
   \override MultiMeasureRest #'staff-position = #0.01

Then the score looks fine, but since the bass drum (or triangle or
other percussion instrument) rest for very long sections some of the
lines in the part are taken out.

The alternative is to move the RemoveEmptyRhythmicStaffContext to the
score file and duplicate the multimeasure rest stuff below it again.
This is what I'm doing. (Though I should probably put in some cues
which would also fix this).

The cleanest solution would be for either the
RemoveEmptyRhythmicStaffContext to not kill settings or if there is
only one staff in the score the RemoveEmptyRhythmicStaffContext would
just not remove anything (or both of course).

Really these are minor inconveniences. I just want to be sure bugs. Thanks.


Could you clarify what you mean by "\context{\RemoveEmptyRhythmicStaffContext} killing my settings"? Which settings? Could you post a tiny example?

Phil Holmes
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