Peter,

 

I regret that my suggestion did not solve all of your issues. My reading of
your e-mail lead me to the awkward placement of the bass clef. That is the
crux of my recommendation.

The same command could be used to "accurately" place the subsequent treble
clef.

 

Mark

 

Never let the perfect be the enemy of the good.

Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.

 

From: Peter Toye [mailto:lilyp...@ptoye.com] 
Sent: Sunday, February 04, 2018 3:45 AM
To: Mark Stephen Mrotek <carsonm...@ca.rr.com>; lilypond-user@gnu.org
Subject: Re: Placement of clefs at repeat bars

 

Mark,

Your snippet raises two points:

1) There really should be a treble clef before the final repeat, to remind
the performer to switch back. This is important when there's music before
the repeated section as the performer may have forgotten which clef the
repeat started in. In your simplified example there's already a clef sign as
the beginning of the stave, but in most music that would be just luck. This
is a similar bug to mine, but different!

2) Your example doesn't have any music after the repeated section, which is
when the problem occurs. If I add some, I'm afraid your solution doesn't
help. My example is:

\version "2.19.52"

\language "english"

\new Staff         {
\repeat volta 2 {
  c'' c''
  \once \override Score.BreakAlignment #'break-align-orders = #(make-vector
3 '(staff-bar clef ))
  \clef "bass"  c  c
 }
 \clef "treble" c''1

}

Best regards

Peter
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-------------------------
Saturday, February 3, 2018, 7:25:06 PM, you wrote:

> Ptoye,

> Does this work?

> \repeat volta 2 {
>    c'' c'' 
>    \once \override Score.BreakAlignment #'break-align-orders =
#(make-vector
> 3 '(staff-bar clef ))
>    \clef "bass" | c  c
>   }

> Mark

> -----Original Message-----
> From: lilypond-user
> [mailto:lilypond-user-bounces+carsonmark=ca.rr....@gnu.org] On Behalf Of
> ptoye
> Sent: Saturday, February 03, 2018 11:08 AM
> To:  <mailto:lilypond-user@gnu.org> lilypond-user@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: Placement of clefs at repeat bars

> I've found that this is was reported as an "ugly" in 2011. I think it's a
> bug as the output is definitely incorrect.

> The reverse happens with the snippet below, where the change of clef is
> missing.

> \version "2.19.52"
> \language "english"
> \score {
>  \new Staff {
>   \time 4/4
>   \clef "treble"
>   c''2 c''

>   \repeat volta 2 {
>    c'' c'' | \clef "bass" c  c
>   }
>    c c
>  }

> }





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