Hi all,

James Cummings schreef:
> This seems like a straightforward <add> to me rather than a note nested 
> inside an add. Conventionally people tend to encode marginal notes at 
> the position in the text adjacent to where the note is placed.  Thus I 
> would just do this:

I was just writing a message saying this seems a plain <note> rather 
than an <add>. Encoding it as plain <add> does not allow you to 
distinguish between the instruction given here ('don't indent the 
lines', if I understand it correctly) and the addition of a new word to 
the text.

I'd say:

<l><note type="proof" place="left" resp="#ed1" 
target="#back1">back</note> "With Life's elixir sparkling high &#151;</l>