(ss) and (ie) tags
Thread poster: Csaba Ban
| It's probably sorting order. || Dec 5, 2006 |
It's probably sorting order. Seems that author wanted sort entry "[Volume] knob" as "Volume knob", keeping it as "[Volume] knob" in index (but in "V" section, not in "[" section).
Give me 5 minutes, I will provide you with full info (unfortunately my VPN software doesn't work under Vista, so I cannot access my office desktop now).
| From S-Tagger 7 User Guide || Dec 5, 2006 |
If an (ie) tag and text is followed by the tag (ss) and additional text, this means that the index
entry should be sorted under some letter other than the first letter of the index entry.
For example, if the index entry ‘Road safety’ should always be sorted under S for safety, then the sort
string for the index entry ‘Road safety’ would be ‘safety’. Such an index entry would be represented
in the STF file as:
The resulting index would contain the entry ‘Road safety’ under S instead of R.
Sort string entries should consist of an entire word rather than a letter. However, if the author has
entered only a letter, check the hard copy of the index to determine the letter under which the entry
should be sorted in the target language.
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Now it makes sense
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