<desc> isn't really meant to hold a caption, but rather a description of
the object. If you need a caption, I'd suggest using <figure>.
On 06/01/11 19:09, Mylonas, Elli wrote:
> I found<desc> to be useful for the image caption. something like
> "Page 2" or "lower left hand corner." But maybe that just means that
> this is a job for<figure>?
> On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 1:55 PM, Lou Burnard
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Good question. There's an example showing that we ought to have thought
>> of this before (the example showing high res and low res versions of the
>> same surface)...
>> I think the grouping is done solely by<surface> -- all the graphicLike
>> children of a given surface or zone are understood to be alternative
>> versions of it. However, you can now add a<desc> child to your
>> <graphic> to document it. (Or use<figure> rather than<graphic>, if you
>> have a more complex multipart graphic).
>> So we should probably revise the existing example to say something like
>> <graphic url="page1.png"/>
>> <graphic url="page2-highRes.png">
>> <desc>High resolution image</desc>
>> <graphic url="page2-lowRes.png">
>> <desc>Low resolution image</desc>
>> <graphic url="page3.png"/>
>> <graphic url="page4.png"/>
>> On 06/01/11 18:28, Gabriel Bodard wrote:
>>> Does anyone have any suggestions for how to distinguish different kinds
>>> of images of the same surface in the facsimile section?
>>> In particular, I may have two images of the same surface or zone, one of
>>> which is a digital photo graph (or scan of an analogue photo) and the
>>> other is the scan of a 17th century drawing (which may be a better
>>> representation [of the original] than the modern photograph, because of
>>> damage etc.). For different processes I may want to make available to
>>> the user one or other of these types of facsimile.
>>> Typing the tei:graphic elements would be the obvious possibility (except
>>> @type isn't available on tei:graphic), since the various grouping
>>> elements available here (tei:zone, tei:surface) have different
>>> semantics, and the two images may well be of the same surface and zone.
>>> Any thoughts?