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Vincent-35
Hi,

in titling-init.ly (2.5.27 win native), bookTitleMarkup is defined as:

bookTitleMarkup = \markup {
   \override #'(baseline-skip . 3)
   \column {
     \fill-line { \fromproperty #'header:dedication }
     \column {
       \override #'(baseline-skip . 3.5)
       
        (...)

shouldn't the 2nd baseline-skip be set *before* the \column command?  
Changing its value as it is now has no effect at all, but changing the  
order of these two instructions:

bookTitleMarkup = \markup {
   \override #'(baseline-skip . 3)
   \column {
     \fill-line { \fromproperty #'header:dedication }
     \override #'(baseline-skip . 3.5)
     \column {
       
        (...)

yelds some more reasonable spacing and the value given to baseline-skip is  
actually reflected in the result.

...or at least I think so :)

Greetings,

Vincent


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Re: Default title layout

Vincent-35
btw the meter property in titling-init.ly is missing, it's not shown in  
headers.

Note that the image corresponding to the example given in the section  
"creating titles" in the manual does not contain the meter property,  
although it's set in the example.

Again, it's easy to fix, but missing by default.

Greetings,

Vicent


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