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Re: Doc: NR Added new node for Custom Footnotes (issue 5315053)

From: pkx166h
Subject: Re: Doc: NR Added new node for Custom Footnotes (issue 5315053)
Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2011 17:09:11 +0000

Third Draft. Thanks so far. James
File Documentation/notation/input.itely (right):
Documentation/notation/input.itely:1020: There are two types of
footnotes that can be used; automatic footnotes
On 2011/10/27 01:56:26, Graham Percival wrote:
people don't read stuff in @subsection in html.  Move this into
Footnote overview

Done. I hope this was what you meant.
Documentation/notation/input.itely:1064: \autoFootnoteGrob #'@var{Layout
Object} #'@var{(x . y)}
On 2011/10/27 01:56:26, Graham Percival wrote:
what is this @example doing here?  don't the @lilypond[]s show how to
use it?

Yes they do. Although personally I don't think unless I pepper the
@lilypond examples with '\markup' as well which might make them look
messy/complicated, that it is that clear.

If you take the @lilypond above you can see I have avoided the \markup
function as it is implied (?) by the \autoFootnote however I *could*
have one if I wanted (as shown by using the \bold markup which requires
\markup to be explicitly stated.

So that was why I put the whole command syntax in. So what do you think?
Documentation/notation/input.itely:1097: case use the manual
@code{\footnote} command below.
NB: Still waiting on mike to show me an example that I use in the
\footnote command below that I can use for top-level markup with
\autoFootnote. As I cannot seem to be able to reconstruct the example I
use with manual footnotes for automatic footnotes.
Documentation/notation/input.itely:1107: for top-level @code{\markup} &
chorded notes, and @code{\footnoteGrob}
On 2011/10/27 01:56:26, Graham Percival wrote:
avoid & since non-english speakers might think it's input syntax.
Write out
"and" in full.

Done. Left the comma in after the 'list' so that the other 'and' doesn't
look to cumbersome to non-non English speakers. :)

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