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Subject: Ancestry of <text:note> (ODF all versions)
Dear all, 5.3.2 ----b The <text:note> element represents text notes which are attached to a particular text position. The <text:note> element is usable with the following elements: <text:a> 5.1.4, <text:h> 4.1.1, <text:meta> 5.1.5, <text:meta-field> 6.5.19, <text:p> 4.1.2, <text:ruby-base> 5.4.1 and <text:span> 5.1.3 ----e How is "a particular text position" determined when <text:note> occurs as a child of: * <text:a> (is the note part of the hyperlink, and so clicking the note actuates it?) * <text:meta> and <text:meta-field> (since this is metadata, what is its "text position"?) * <text:ruby-base> (associated with the base? Maybe better to state this ...) The schema permits <text:note> to have <text:note> ancestors (via, e.g., an intermediate <text:p> element). How are such documents to be processed? Or (more likely) should such patterns be prohibited? - Alex.