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OK, so that sounds like you're agreeing with me and Conal that IMT 
should be using <note> rather than <div>, but disagreeing that it should 
use @facs rather than @target?


 Dot Porter wrote:
> Linking to an image - @facs
> Linking to anything else - @target
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> On Dec 20, 2007 6:27 AM, Lou Burnard <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>>>> Just to muddy the waters further, would you regard as "transcription" of
>>>> an image a description such as "woman holding child in stable full of
>>>> beasts of burden; three oriental potentates offering gifts"  or
>>>> "bowl of fruit, one slightly mouldy"?
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>>> No - surely that's an annotation (or a note), the same way a
>>> description of an image of a letter would be an annotation (or a
>>> note).
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>> So would you use @facs to link it to the image it annotates or
>> note@target ? (I leave aside the possibility of  note@facs)
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