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Dear Philipp,

Thank your very much for the link, I overlooked this discussion from 2013 where the use of <mod type=„subst“> had been suggested as a workaround for those needing this interpretative layer beyond <add> and <del>. However, <substJoin> is still allowed in <line>; and if we allow the „concept" of <mod type=„subst“> there, then frankly I do not see why not use <subst> directly.

Best wishes, 
Jakub


> Am 18.08.2016 um 14:34 schrieb Philipp Vanscheidt <[log in to unmask]>:
> 
> Dear Jakub,
> 
> maybe this discussion might be helpful for you:
> 
> https://listserv.brown.edu/archives/cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind1304&L=TEI-L&P=R10386&1=TEI-L&9=A&J=on&d=No+Match%3BMatch%3BMatches&z=4
> 
> Best,
> Philipp
> 
> 
> Am 2016-08-18 14:25, schrieb Jakub Simek:
>> Dear list,
>> Is there any reason why the <subst> element is not allowed as child of
>> <line> when using the "embedded transcription" approach? The direct
>> content of <line> is (to my great regret) generally very restricted,
>> but <add> and <del> are allowed there and even <substJoin> is
>> permitted as well. Forbidding <subst> as a simple bracket for <del>
>> and <add> seems like a bug to me, but perhaps there is some
>> explanation?
>> Best wishes,
>> Jakub
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