Changing Text-Style from the Command-Line
I have a use-case, where I need to convert a MusicXML to a PNG-file, for which I use the export-function of MuseScore. I need to call the function from the command-line, and my issue regards editing the style of text-elements in the output-file. More specifically i want to get rid of the title which defaults to the xml-filename, since it is very large for my purposes.
I am aware of the -S function, but it does not affect the Title-Text in anyway. Even though i created a .mss file where the title appears white and with a font-size of '2', when exported with -S, the title does not adopt the style.
Somewhat unrelated, but if someone happens know: Where is the .mss file referenced from when called from the command line. The default-folder of Musescore, the local folder, or perhaps a full-path is needed?
Apologies, if this question has been asked somewhere else before, but I did not manage to find an answer regarding this issue. Thanks in advance!