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Per the manual, I am trying to define a variable that inserts "p dolce" dynamics.

pDolce = \tweak DynamicText.self-alignment-X #LEFT
         #(make-dynamic-script
           (markup "p" #:normal-text #:italic "dolce"))

\relative c' {
    c \pDolce c c c
}

But what if I need to tweak two properties? This doesn't compile:

pDolce = \tweak DynamicText.self-alignment-X #LEFT
         \tweak DynamicText.X-offset = 0
         #(make-dynamic-script
           (markup "p" #:normal-text #:italic "dolce"))

\relative c' {
    c \pDolce c c c
}

with a message:

error: syntax error, unexpected '=', expecting \header

How do I tweak two properties?

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The second tweak doesn't seem to work at all.

To get it to work just change:
\tweak DynamicText.X-offset = 0
to
\tweak DynamicText.X-offset #0

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  • You also don't need the #.
    – ksnortum
    May 23 at 2:58

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