In version 2.75, an object plugin cannot see the file info, so you have to define your own custom text. You only have to do it once at the start of the staff.
classifying page text independent of its page boundary locationmultiple instances of page text using the same page boundary locationsize adjustments to the built-in font stylesre-use of size and position for updated text sharing the same class
I'd also like to set Page Display Control to 'first page only'
!NoteWorthyComposer(2.75)|PgSetup|TitlePage:N|StaffLabels:First System|AddStaff|Name:"Staff"|Label:"Vocal"|StaffProperties|EndingBar:Open (hidden)|User|PageTxtMaestro.nw|Pos:7|Class:StaffSig|User|PageTxt.nw|Pos:10|PgStyle:main|Fnt:PageTitleText|XLoc:Center|YLoc:Top|Text:Title|RestMultiBar|NumBars:32|PrintOnce:N|WhenHidden:ShowBars,ShowRests|Visibility:Never|Bar|Style:Double!NoteWorthyComposer-End
IMO, a centered title ought to be centered on the page:
I believe this to be the same issue that I raised
If you have any form of staff labels activated, even if you don't have a staff label defined, then the title (defined as Top-Center) on page one is slightly adjusted in comparison with the positions of the same top-center titles on other pages.
You can do this by copying your original instruction to Page 2 and setting the visibility to "Never" .
I am looking into this.
x = (pg_r - pg_l)/2 + cx
x = (pg_r + pg_l)/2 + cx
In PageTxtMaestro, line 135, change the centering calculation from:Code: (lua) [Select · Download]x = (pg_r - pg_l)/2 + cxtoCode: (lua) [Select · Download]x = (pg_r + pg_l)/2 + cxMike
I may be missing something, but I don't find a way to indicate that a text object should be used only once. One can, of course, enter a copy of the "PageTxt" object on the next page with no text in it, but that's awkward. I'd like to see the "Page Display Control" drop-down box include a "this page only" option.
I'd like to see the "Page Display Control" drop-down box include a "this page only" option.
(the dummy bar is there to force the first boundary to take effect):
...Also, if I wanted to make an entire separate front page of text with performance notes and background info, what would be the best way to go about it? (Not necessarily with this plug in if there is an easier way to do it within NWC.)
Like what I did in the PDF linked in that posting? I do not use NWC for this, but write separate documents and combine them to a single PDF with free PDFCreator (a common and standard tool for creating PDF files).In that case, I wrote the first page separately (in Microsoft Word) and then used the "Merge" feature of PDFCreator to first print the front page, then do "Merge", then print the NWC score (from NWC to PDFCreator as printer), and then "Merge All" to create a single PDF from it.H.M.
Yes, exactly! It would be great to be able to do this within NWC.
Well I thought about suppressing them but that seems like it is more work to put in all those different objects rather than dealing with it in the one big file information box.
We should prefer dedicated tools for separate things.
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