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Add additional examples of use of the \d marker in documentation #44

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DavidHaslam opened this Issue Jan 3, 2017 · 2 comments

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DavidHaslam commented Jan 3, 2017

Most translators would be familiar with using \d when the descriptive title of a Psalm comes before the start of verse 1.

For some Bible translations, the descriptive title (or “Hebrew subtitle”) in many of the Psalms is one of the following:

  • part of verse 1
  • all of verse 1
  • verses 1 and 2

Various French Bibles are a prime example of this aspect of their alternate versifications.

Examples are required to illustrate how to use the \d marker in each of these situations in relation to the verse marker(s).

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DavidHaslam Nov 29, 2017

@klassenjm - please review, thanks.

DavidHaslam commented Nov 29, 2017

@klassenjm - please review, thanks.

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KentSpiel Jun 25, 2018

Please take a look at the resource texts that use that kind of versification for examples. This would include most French, German and Russian texts.

KentSpiel commented Jun 25, 2018

Please take a look at the resource texts that use that kind of versification for examples. This would include most French, German and Russian texts.

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