Dot Porter wrote:
> Looking at the description of @place in the guidelines
> I note that 'inline' is listed twice as a "suggested value", with two
> different definitions:
These *are* only suggestions, don't forget!
> "note appears as a marked paragraph in the body of the text."
> "addition is made in a space left in the witness by an earlier scribe."
> Is this an error?
> What is one to do if one wishes to include in one
> edition both notes that are marked paragraphs, and notes that are
> additions in the space?
In the next version, the suggested values for these two cases will be
distinct ("inline" and "inspace" respectively)
> Related question: if the value is "mixed", is there a way to indicate
> which of the other values are included in the mixture? (One further
> comment: I think the description of "mixed" should be "Two or more..."
> not "One or more of the other values.")
In the next version, you will be able to supply multiple values (e.g.