F1 Self-Evaluation Project Explanations/pages 371-380

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371

Tag the sidenotes and move them to the breaks just above the paragraphs to which they belong. However, since the first paragraph began on the previous page, its sidenote should be moved to the very top of the page and the left bracket should be preceded by an asterisk to signal that it must be moved in post-processing.

The regnal numbers (e.g., "XII.") are in small-caps and when followed by periods are treated like abbreviations, so the periods go INSIDE the tags.


372

An Index page. Enclose all of it in no-wraps, leave a blank line before each left-justified main entry, and start new sub-entries after each semi-colon. The sub-entries should be single-spaced and indented by 2 spaces.

Leave two blank lines above each new first-letter. Since most of the entries are in normal font, don't tag the first entry in each letter as small-caps.


373

Two of the paragraphs are quotations, surrounded by extra whitespace and in a smaller font, so enclose each of them in block quotes.

The second one begins with a sentence in small-caps. Tag it, and since it's a complete sentence, the period goes INSIDE the tags.

The footnotes use symbols, which the proofers replaced with asterisks. Replace the asterisks with "A", "B" etc. in both the anchors and the corresponding references, and tag the footnotes themselves.

The second footnote is some verse, with an attribution. Enclose the verse (not the "[Footnote:]") in no-wraps. The attribution is an italicized abbreviation, so the period goes INSIDE the tags. The closing bracket of the [Footnote:] tag has to go on a line of its own, as nothing (except a [**note] may be on the same line as a block tag.


374

The footnotes use symbols, which the proofers replaced with asterisks. Replace the asterisks with "A", "B" etc. in both the anchors and the corresponding references, and tag the footnotes themselves.

One of the footnote references is missing, so leave a note about it, if the proofers didn't.

Some of the footnotes contain italicized abbreviations. The periods are parts of the abbreviations and go INSIDE the tags.

One of the footnotes contains two lines of verse. The normal rules apply: enclose the verse in no-wrap and replicate the indentation using an even number of spaces. At least one line must be left-justified.

375

Several phrases and sentences are in all upper-case small-caps. Tag them and make sure they are all upper-case.

There are normal-case words interspersed between some of these small-caps, so extra care is needed to place the tags correctly.

The footnotes use letters, which the proofers replaced with asterisks. Replace the asterisks with "A", "B" etc. in both the anchors and the corresponding references, and tag the footnotes themselves.

A possible proofreading error appears in "MORI RIATVR" which should probably be changed to "MO-*RIATVR" or "MORIATVR".

376

Quite a bit of italics on this page, including an in-line list whose members must be tagged separately.

The footnotes use symbols, which the proofers replaced with asterisks. Replace the asterisks with "A", "B" etc. in both the anchors and the corresponding references, and tag the footnotes themselves.

The first footnote began on the previous page, so after tagging it, precede its left bracket with an asterisk to signal the continuation, and change the " #:" to just a colon that's immediately after the word "Footnote".


377

A chapter is a Major Division, so precede its heading with four blank lines, separate the components of the heading with one blank line, and precede the text body with two blank lines. The sub-heading is in all-caps, not small-caps.


378

Change the asterisk used with the footnote to an "A" in the anchor and the reference, then tag the footnote. Also tag the italics.


379

Tag the italics in the main text and the footnotes.

The footnotes use symbols, which the proofers replaced with asterisks. Replace the asterisks with "A", "B" etc. in both the anchors and the corresponding references, and tag the footnotes themselves.

Note that the Πligature appears on this page as [OE]--if it is changed to Πthere will be a diff but this diff can be ignored.

380

This looks like a chapter, so it's a Major Division. Precede its heading with four blank lines and separate it from the text body with two blank lines.

Ignore the change in font size within the heading. The heading may be wrappable, but since it's so spaced out, leaving blank lines in it will match the original's appearance.

The comma after the italics goes OUTSIDE the tags; ending commas pretty much always do.