OK, Janek. Thanks for the tip. I've compiled the files with debug-skylines
set to true and now it's clear that there is a difference. Just take a look
at the at the attachment (the red line was drawn by me).
I've also noticed one more thing: After putting my *.ly file into
LilyPond\usr\bin directory, I've compiled it in two different ways:
- by clicking left_mouse_button twice
- by entering from cmd: lilypond --pdf filename.ly
Using the first method, I got the wrong position of this dynamic mark (too
high), but with the second method, it's position was fine!
> On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 6:52 PM, Karol Majewski <karol.majewsky@gmai...>
> > Hi there!
> > I've noticed very strange behavior from LilyPond. So what I do is:
> > 1.create *.pdf from my *.ly file
> > 2.copy this *.ly file to another directory
> > 3.create *.pdf from my *.ly file in this new directory
> > It's hard to belive, but despite both *.ly files are exactly the same
> > are in different directories), the output in pdf is diferent! And the
> > difference applies to position of the dynamic mark.
> looks very interesting. Could you compile them with debug-skylines
> option? (add #(ly:set-option 'debug-skylines #t) to your source)
> Maybe your file \includes something from a relative path?