A.11 Text markup list commands

The following commands can all be used with \markuplist:

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

Like \override, for markup lists.

\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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