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page alignment "bottom" with pages larger than display aligns them at the top
Hi everyone,

I had some pre-discussion with Michael Zuber about the following configuration:
- display mode "single page"
- page alignment "bottom"
- score: crop page sides off so that the scores use the maximum of your display without any white empty space on the left or right. side effect is, that the page now is taller than the display.

With this configuration, when a page is taller than your display, the page is not aligned to the bottom but to the top.
The top alignment in this configuration is intended to always show the page title if the page is larger than your display.

What do you think about this behaviour?

I am a bass singer in a choir and wanted to use this configuration to always use maximum display space for the scores and always see the bass line at the bottom. (thus I don't worry about missing soprano or alto lines and don't need the title as well)
Actually I use center page alignment and sometimes have to cut off the top of pages so that the bass line is visible without scrolling.

I am curious about what you others think about this behaviour. What would you expect when you set these options?


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