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Old 2016-06-29, 11:11   #6
henryzz
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It is possible to fiddle this sort of thing by using srfile. Assuming that the npg file is of a form supported by srfile then you can just get it to output it in npg format with -g which will be a file for each k. You can then recombine them after deleting the unwanted ks by outputting in prp format which is what you are in currently(combined npg files).

Looking back at the question this might not answer it. If necessary you can change the header to an abc header and trick it to do lots of things.
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