A.11 Textbeschriftungslistenbefehle

Folgende Befehle können mit dem Befehl \markuplist zusammen benutzt werden:

\column-lines args (markup list)

Like \column, but return a list of lines instead of a single markup. baseline-skip determines the space between each markup in args.

Used properties:

  • baseline-skip
\justified-lines args (markup list)

Like \justify, but return a list of lines instead of a single markup. Use \override-lines #'(line-width . X) to set the line width; X is the number of staff spaces.

Used properties:

  • text-direction (1)
  • word-space
  • line-width (#f)
  • baseline-skip
\map-markup-commands compose (procedure) args (markup list)

This applies the function compose to every markup in args (including elements of markup list command calls) in order to produce a new markup list. Since the return value from a markup list command call is not a markup list but rather a list of stencils, this requires passing those stencils off as the results of individual markup calls. That way, the results should work out as long as no markups rely on side effects.

\override-lines new-prop (pair) args (markup list)

Like \override, for markup lists.

\score-lines score (score)

This is the same as the \score markup but delivers its systems as a list of lines. Its score argument is entered in braces like it would be for \score.

\table-of-contents
\wordwrap-internal justify (boolean) args (markup list)

Internal markup list command used to define \justify and \wordwrap.

Used properties:

  • text-direction (1)
  • word-space
  • line-width (#f)
\wordwrap-lines args (markup list)

Like \wordwrap, but return a list of lines instead of a single markup. Use \override-lines #'(line-width . X) to set the line width, where X is the number of staff spaces.

Used properties:

  • text-direction (1)
  • word-space
  • line-width (#f)
  • baseline-skip
\wordwrap-string-internal justify (boolean) arg (string)

Internal markup list command used to define \justify-string and \wordwrap-string.

Used properties:

  • text-direction (1)
  • word-space
  • line-width

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