Ulrike's and Matt's statements are further evidence that the currently
very strict content model of <line> can not be maintained. The
strictness only seems to stimulate a variety of workarounds.
Am 04.02.2014 16:19, schrieb Matthew Davis:
> Dear Ulrike,
> I ran into something similar in that I needed to use <ex> under <line>. What I ended up doing is wrapping the actual transcription in an <orig> tag, which then allowed me to use many of the tags that were otherwise unavailable under <line> directly. Perhaps you can do something similar?
> All best,
> On Feb 4, 2014, at 10:12 AM, Ulrike Henny <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Dear list,
>> if I would like to transcribe a source document inside of <sourceDoc> because I am interested in its physical realization, how can I represent text parts or zones that "look like" headings, paragraphs or lists, for example?
>> Would those simply be zones (maybe typed somehow) and list items with labels marked up as single lines or as segments?
>> Why is it not possible to use the corresponding structural elements inside of <surface> or <zone>?
>> Best regards,
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