> May I ask you to send a summary of the suggestions to the list. That
> would be very nice and of great help.
I am the very beginner starting the project from my love for the one
particular text. I know a lot about the text but so little about the
SGML so far. You can see that from my questions summarized in my mail
addressed to Michael Fraser.
I can suggest you the following sites
> although it is not very clear to me what you are searching for or where
> the exact problem is.
I hope I made the matter more clear this time in my mail addressed
to Michael. It may be I just do not know how to start.
> *A TEI-Based Tag Set for Manuscript Transcription:
> Vi ew;lang=de
I cannot open this site, is not there any mistake in it? Or is not it
just for the "Berkeley" viewers
> I am also attaching a sample SGML (mother)document, in which I connect
> different texts of the same author and some of others in one document
> (with entity references), if this is the question.
I will study the document, but since my Panorama is expired and
cannot find the new version on the net to download do you know
about any similiar and such simple to use SGML viewer for NT?
At the moment I just read the SGML text as it is in notepad.
>At least this could be
> one solution if you want to connect them while holding each manuscript in
> a separate file. With a viewer like MultiDoc Pro
Actually I am not part of any academic institution and USD 250 is my
month salary and I also want to make the whole project available to
anyone without paying some extra money for special SW. Is there any
alternative to Multidoc Pro that is publicly available?
Thank you for the sample document and the advices.
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