Hi all,

I've just started using \partcombine, and have noticed that, by default, it
doesn't print a rest in one part that coincides with a note of the same
duration in the other part. I want it to print both the note and the rest.
I know that I can use \partcombineApart to get around individual instances
of this behaviour, but a recent editing decision means I have to go through
about 70 existing pieces and change them all using \partcombine, and I'd
rather not have to manually search for missing rests and insert a bunch of
\partcombineApart commands.

Is there any way to override this behaviour globally, and make it print the
rest and note separately? I enclose an example to show what I mean:

\version "2.19.65"

partA = \relative c' {e4^"Default" e r e}

partB = \relative c' {e4 e \once \partcombineApart r e}

partC = \relative c' {c4 c c c}

\score {
 \new Staff \with {printPartCombineTexts = ##f}
 \partcombine \partA \partC

\score {
 \new Staff \with {printPartCombineTexts = ##f}
 \partcombine \partB \partC

Many thanks for your time and any input,


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