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Thank you Cindi!
Yes, I believe you understood the question and thank you for the scenario. It all sounds right to me and I agree with you.
And if I understand you correctly, we use the print page number that applies.
For further clarification I just want to go a little further. Let's say volume three contains chapter 3 and the notes in chapter 3 appear on the next print page 739. In the ToC, is the print page 739 used for the Notes entry page number? Or is the print page number 738, which is the only page number shown in the Toc for the Notes entry in print, used for all volumes?
Thanks for your help on this!
Not sure why I said verse. I meant dialogue.
I did treat the text the way you mentioned except for the dialogue. I thought that was to be treated differently. This definitely makes the most sense to me though.
JoseMay 21, 2021 at 4:25 am in reply to: Braille Grouping indicators and Standing Alone Rule #37327
Thank you for your thoroughness in getting the question answered Dan!May 18, 2021 at 5:38 am in reply to: Braille Grouping indicators and Standing Alone Rule #37288
Thank you so much for the quick reply to this question. I came across this situation while brailling marginal labels. So a 2 letter key followed by a space and then the text enclosed within braille grouping indicators is what is actually in the braille volume I am transcribing.
The marginal labels appear in an example student essay. I included information I believed would be enough to get the question answered. It seems I did not fully think it out as I should of provided the exact example and all that it entails. I have attached a similar example that has both an alphabetic wordsign and a shortform word that is not standing alone due to the braille grouping indicators. I have omitted text, represented by an ellipsis, for space considerations. Thanks.
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