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Re: String at the bottom of a cover page without using \markup

 From: Valentin Petzel Subject: Re: String at the bottom of a cover page without using \markup Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2021 01:37:21 +0100

```Hello Paolo,
That is to be expected, as the copyright field is simply used in the default
footer markup (as I’ve hinted before). Still, is there any reason not to use
the footer markup for that one? If you want to get rid of anything else, just
redefine the footer markups to your liking. See titling-init.ly for the
default values.

Cheers,
Valentin

Am Freitag, 17. Dezember 2021, 00:37:29 CET schrieb Paolo Prete:
> Thanks to all the participants to this thread. I'm a bit stuck into this.
> Unfortunately, if I use the copyright field of \header and I remove the
> footer from the paper, then the copyright field disappears:
>
> %%%%%
> \paper {
>   bottom-margin = 8
>   top-margin = 8
>   % oddFooterMarkup = \markup \fill-line { " " }
> }
>
>   { \raise #10 \box "String two" }
> }
>
> \markup {
>   \fill-line
>   { \lower #10 \box "String one" }
> }
> %%%%%
>
> On Thu, Dec 16, 2021 at 11:25 PM Timothy Lanfear <timothy@lanfear.me> wrote:
> > On 16/12/2021 21:34, Paolo Prete wrote:
> > > Hello Valentin and David,
> > >
> > > I could place the text at the bottom of the page, with \header {
> > > copyright = "some text" } but I wonder if is there a way to offset it
> > > (from bottom) of a given value (without setting \paper { bottom-margin
> > > = offset }, which would affect the entire document.
> >
> > Could you use the \raise and \lower markup commands?
> >