#277 examples for digital facsimile

GREEN
closed-accepted
5
2011-12-01
2011-03-14
No

Wouldn't it be good to introduce/use in the first example of 11.1. Digital Facsimiles the element <facsimile> and let @facs point to any graphic? Or supply more examples for the use of @facs? Otherwise the following examples are less understandable. No other example uses <facsimile>, a <graphic> or <surface> and any element using @facs.

Discussion

  • Lou Burnard

    Lou Burnard - 2011-03-20

    Yes., this section needs several more examples, agreed. Can you supply some?

     
  • Lou Burnard

    Lou Burnard - 2011-03-20
    • milestone: --> GREEN
    • status: open --> open-accepted
     
  • Martin Holmes

    Martin Holmes - 2011-08-17

    I can supply some real-world examples; the difficulty is making them compact enough to be practical in the guidelines.

     
  • Martin Holmes

    Martin Holmes - 2011-11-03

    Thinking about this, I'm not sure the primary example should show @facs on <facsimile> pointing to an image. If you're using <facsimile> (as opposed to just pointing to images from pb/@facs, as in the example), you're far more likely to be using one or more child <surface> elements, with a <graphic> inside it, aren't you?

     
  • James Cummings

    James Cummings - 2011-11-07
    • assigned_to: nobody --> martindholmes
     
  • Martin Holmes

    Martin Holmes - 2011-12-01
    • status: open-accepted --> closed-accepted
     
  • Martin Holmes

    Martin Holmes - 2011-12-01

    I'm closing this ticket on the basis that the major revisions to chapter 11 incorporate more extensive examples of the use of <facsimile> and related elements. The new revision of the chapter has had several rewrites, and will get quite a lot of attention after release, so if Torsten still feels his use-case has not been adequately exemplified, a new ticket can be opened.

     

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