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Re: Barcheck with full measure rests

From: Alexander Kobel
Subject: Re: Barcheck with full measure rests
Date: Tue, 21 May 2019 15:42:37 +0200
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On 21.05.19 15:37, Michael Gerdau wrote:
I'm probably having some subtlety wrong. The following code creates the 
attached image.
\version "2.21.0"

{ << R1 { s2. s4^"some markup" } >> }

{ << { \oneVoice R1 } \\ { s2. s4^"some markup" } >> }

The lower akkolade is what I want this to look like while the upper akkolade adds a staff 
I don't wish to see. Adding "RemoveEmptyStaves" should not be required (and may 
or may not create more unwanted side effects in that I may not wish for other staves to 
be removed).

As I said I probably am overlooking something since Alexander Kobel made the 
very same suggestion off list.

Ugh, sorry, I didn't intend to take this off-list. Feel free to repost here.

explains that the number of staves this stuff is packed into depends on whether the very first expression is a single note or a "simultaneous music" event.

{ c1 << R1 { s2. s4^"some markup" } >> }

does what you expect, on a single staff.

This really shouldn't be of any noticeable impact in any non-trivial score (read: if you have a \score { ... } block written out in your file).


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