Karin Armstrong wrote:
> 1 - graphical elements used for decoration or emphasis, that appear in
> relation to <l>, <lg>, or <p>. These should probably be dealt with
> using rend, then.
> 2 - graphical elements used for decoration or emphasis, that are
> within a <l>, <lg> or <p> (character or word level). These could be
> dealt with using <g>.
this seems fine to me. But it does not deal with horizontal rules, or
a *sequence* of funny graphical characters. If I see
in my text, its not a <g/>, surely
We might also mention emoticons like ":-}". How would
people encode those? are they really a single glyph?
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