> On 29 Oct 2014, at 15:08, Martin Mueller <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> For most of the typically very short and simple marginal notes in Early
> Modern texts, display in the margin is a real benefit. Where you have
> complex marginal notes--as for instance in Ben Jonson's Works--moving the
> notes to the end may be the better solution, and displaying them as
> marginal notes on a screen may be a nuisance. I think there are
> algorithmic ways of cleanly dividing the cases.
What would your algorithm be? You are suggesting a much simpler solution,
which is say that all complex side notes should be converted to endnotes,
without trying to move them at all. But is this solely based on whether they have internal
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