> That's really my problem; I'd like to encode the cut-off bits where
> they occur in the flow, so I can't wrap them in an <argument>
> element. I need some kind of element appropriate for "displaced
> fragment", which I can then link to the <argument> tag which
> appears in the proper place.
Right. My instinct would be to think about encoding them as <seg>s or
some such where the bits exist, then use something like
<join targets="#ap01 #ap02 #ap03 #ap04" result="argument" scope="branches"/>
to indicate they are all a single <argument>.
> Are those <p> tags right? This is one phrase, broken into lines.
> Wouldn't you use <seg>s, or something like that?
I don't know if they're right or not, but keep in mind they represent
one virtual <p> element, not 4 separate paragraphs. <argument> needs
to have a child from model.common. Thus a <p>, <ab>, <quote> or some
such is needed. A single <seg> won't do.