[tei-council] Question about rendering of guidelines pages

Martin Holmes mholmes at uvic.ca
Sat Nov 26 14:09:50 EST 2011

On 11-11-26 09:57 AM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> On 24 Nov 2011, at 17:47, Martin Holmes wrote:
>> [...]
>> The issue that bothers me is the appearance of the link to "11.1 Digital
>> Facsimiles" at the end of the<facsimile>  line. It's superfluous,
>> because the link actually appears inside the section it's linking to.
>> Would it be possible to check whether that's the case, and prevent the
>> link from being created in this situation?
> I thought I would fix this quickly, but it turns out to be hard.
> starting from specList/specDesc, I head over to the specified
> element and ask for its description (which includes cross-refs). Trouble
> is, I do the same thing when making a reference page. So I cannot
> tell when I get there what the context is. Of course, I could rewrite
> it all to pass a message about how one got there, but that will involve some
> thought.
> how important do people think it is to sort out the anomaly?

Of medium importance. I've been tricked by it myself -- clicking on a 
link to find myself just jumped up the same page a bit, which is 
disorientating. But if it's going to take you longer than an hour, I'd 
say leave it for the moment, and I'll just open a ticket on it so it 
stays on the radar.


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