On 23 Oct 2011, at 15:21, Lou Burnard wrote:
> Why are you not using @sync?
well, you mean @[log in to unmask] But thats also pretty abusive, since it
"points to elements that are synchronous with the current element"
and what we are pointing at is not an element.
> I think this really does stretch the meaning of @facs beyond what is
personally, I feel that @facs points at the _source_ of what we
have in this element, so yes. If the play text I was presenting
in the TEI was transcribed from the recording, it would be
> And I also don't think it's an appropriate use for @[log in to unmask]
@corresp and @synch and friends in att.linking all really
want to point to other TEI elements, is the problem.
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