Stefan Majewski wrote:
> I thought, the spoken
> features might have been left out unintentionally, otherwise it would be
> probably best to stick to anchors <anchor>s for the purpose of temporal
Yes. The problem is that the content model of seg is macro.paraContent,
whereas all the spoken elements (such as <pause>) are members of
model.divPart.spoken. And this class has not been properly integrated
with the other classes. I need to think about this a bit more, but you
are quite right that this ought to work.
Whether you use <anchor> or <seg> or invent an element called
<overLapSeg> or whatever to mark temporal alignment should make no
difference. This *ought* to work! One simple solution, which I just
tested, is to make <pause> etc. a member of model.global. This has the
slightly undesirable effect of permitting <pause> in ridiculous places
(such as the header) but it's hard to see how that can be avoided.
Thanks for bringing this oddity to light! I will try to get it sorted
out for the next release...