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Re: starting the first page on the left [in 2.21]

From: Paul Scott
Subject: Re: starting the first page on the left [in 2.21]
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2021 09:11:47 -0700
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Probably not the answer you want but I just print the title information on page one so that the publishing standard of page one on the righr is maintained.


On 12/14/21 09:00, Kieren MacMillan wrote:
Hi all,

I've got a two-sided page layout:

\paper {
   paper-height = 11\in
   paper-width = 8.5\in
   top-margin = 0.375\in
   bottom-margin = 0.75\in
   two-sided = ##t
   inner-margin = 0.625\in
   outer-margin = 0.625\in
   binding-offset = 0.25\in
   indent = 0.5\in
   short-indent = 0\in

One of my pieces fits nicely on two pages, so I'd like to have it "reversed", 
i.e., page 1 on the left and page 2 on the right.

What's the most elegant incantation to make that happen? If possible, I'd 
rather not add a blank page, change first-page-number, etc. I'm using 2.21 
because the edition-engraver is currently flaky with ≥2.22.


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