[tei-council] surfaces, surfaceGrps, etc. [was : minutes/release deadline]
sebastian.rahtz at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Sat Nov 12 13:33:32 EST 2011
On 12 Nov 2011, at 18:26, Lou Burnard wrote:
> i fear you havent toadally groked this yet
I fear you are right.
ok, lets start again.
You cannot have a non-relative nested surface, I say. If its nested, its x,y
must be relative to the outer surface. Everything must relate back to one
master coordinate system, or the thing is unuseable, surely?
if the outermost surface says we are on a grid of 100x100,
and the inner surface says we are on a grid of 20x20, and a
zone inside says its at 10,10, what on earth does that _mean_?
how do I draw the zone?
I say, make some examples, and try to implement them...
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