F1 Self-Evaluation Project Explanations/pages 141-150

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Just three italics on this page, but one of them is an "I" at the right margin, which is more easily missed then larger words.


This is the first "body" page of a book (page 1 at the bottom, a double-heading at the top), so precede "LUMEN" with four spaces (it's a Major Division), precede the chapter heading with four spaces for the same reason, and follow the sub-heading by two spaces. None of these should be in-line tagged.

The first word in the chapter is in mixed small-caps, and normally we would not tag it; but looking further down the page, we see that each speaker's name is in small-caps, so all of them, including the first one, should be tagged. They are "complete sentences" for formatting purposes, so the periods go INSIDE the tags.

The sidenote should be tagged; if the proofers had not moved it between paragraphs, we would do so now.


The letters "A." "B." "C." are in italics, and are being used as references. The geological names also are in italics and identify the subjects of their respective paragraphs. These are semantically distinct, so the letters should be tagged separately from the geological names. In all cases, the periods go INSIDE the tags.

At the bottom of the page, those letters are repeated within brackets, forming an in-line list. Tag each letter separately; the commas are separators within the list and should not be in those tags.

In the footnote, "40" is in boldface; the colon is a separator and goes OUTSIDE the tags.


Three italics in the main text; several boldface letters and numbers in the footnote; the colon and the semi-colons are separators and go OUTSIDE the tags.


Just about the same as 144, above.


The name at the beginning of each entry is in boldface, and is a "complete sentence" for formatting purposes, so the period goes INSIDE the tags. Many italics; the em-dashes go OUTSIDE those tags.

Tag the illustrations, make sure they are between paragraphs, and indicate small-caps and italics as they appear in the image. Leave a blank line between the name and the attribution to prevent the two lines from being joined together by accident.


As the [**note] explains, the Project Discussion told us to treat the ornate first letters as simple letters, not as illustrations. Following Guidelines, we don't all-caps the first words.

It's poetry, and each stanza has its own Roman Numeral heading, so enclose each stanza in no-wraps. If there were no headings, we could enclose both verses in a single pair of no-wraps, but the headings are wrappable, so we have to tag each stanza separately.

The headings act as Section breaks, so precede them with two blank lines and follow them with one blank line.

Rejoin the overflow lines in the first stanza; they were only printed that way because of the width of the paper.


A new chapter. Precede the chapter heading with four blank lines because it's a Major Division. Follow that heading with two blank lines to show where the regular text begins.

When an illustration appears above a chapter heading, if the Project Comments/Discussion do not specify how many blank lines should precede the illustration, the formatters should ASK for a preference in the Project Discussion.


Similar to page 148, above, and "Part Second" should be preceded by four blank lines. It's not clear whether the Roman Numeral "I" is a chapter heading (preceded by another four blank lines) or a section heading (preceded by two blank lines), so verify the spacing by consulting the Table of Contents. If still in doubt, consider looking at some of the following pages (in the original project, neither of which is possible here; sorry) to see whether "II" is clearly one or the other.

Don't tag the Black Letter text unless the Project Comments or Discussion asked for that (they almost never do so).


There are no paragraph breaks on this page, so tag the illustration, move it up to the very first line, precede it with an asterisk to signal that the Post-Processor will have to move it to a paragraph break, and follow it with a blank line.

Since there's no caption, the button does not generate a colon or trailing space. Please don't be tempted to bypass the buttons and type in the tags: that introduces too many errors.