<note> Types


<note> (Footnote)

ico_R Schema pattern name: Footnote

Element:note
empty (all content is contained within the note’s child char elements)
Added:1.0
Use:Contains child <char> elements to contain the content for a footnote, endnote, or study note.
@caller:Note caller. *
+ | - | <user defined caller>
A <user defined caller> may be any single character or sequence of characters preferred as the caller for a note.
@style:Content (footnote) type. *
f (footnote) | fe (endnote) | ef (extended / study note)
Valid in:Book Titles, Book Introduction, Introduction End Titles, Chapter Text
Parents:<para>, <char>, <cell>

Diagram

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<char> (Footnote)

ico_R Schema pattern name: FootnoteChar

Element:char
xsd:string
Added:1.0
Use:An element for marking various footnote content types.
@style:Footnote content type. *
The <char> (Footnote) @style types list (below) presents an itemization of @style values valid within <char> elements which are children of <note> @style=”f”, <note> @style=”fe”, and <note> @style=”ef”.
Valid in:<note> (Footnote)

Diagram

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<char> (Footnote) @style Types


@style:fr
Use:Footnote “origin” reference.
This is the chapter and verse(s) that note refers to.
Valid In:Any <char> (Footnote)
<note caller="+" style="f">
  <char style="fr">1.1: </char>
  <char style="ft">Some manuscripts do not have </char>
  <char style="fq">the Son of God.</char>
</note>

@style:ft
Use:Footnote text
The primary (explanatory) text of the footnote.
Valid In:Any <char> (Footnote)

@style:

fk

Use:

A specific keyword/term from the text for which the footnote is being provided.

Valid In:

Any <char> (Footnote)

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<note caller="+" style="f">
  <char style="fr">3.20: </char>
  <char style="fk">Adam </char>
  <char style="ft">This name in Hebrew means "all human beings."</char>
</note>

@style:

Footnote translation quotation.

Use:

A quotation from the current scripture text translation for which the note is being provided.
Longer quotations are sometimes shortened using an ellipsis (i.e. suspension dots ”...”).

Valid In:

Any <char> (Footnote)

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<note caller="+" style="f">
  <char style="fr">1.1: </char>
  <char style="ft">Some manuscripts do not have </char>
  <char style="fq">the Son of God.</char>
</note>

@style:

fqa

Use:

Footnote alternate translation.
Used to distinguish between a quotation of the current scripture text translation, and an alternate translation.

Valid In:

Any <char> (Footnote)

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<note caller="+" style="f">
  <char style="fr">1.4: </char>
  <char style="fq">John appeared in the desert, baptizing and preaching; </char>
  <char style="ft">some manuscripts have </char>
  <char style="fqa">John the Baptist appeared in the desert, preaching.</char>
</note>

@style:fl
Use:Footnote “label” text.
Can be used for marking or “labeling” a word or words which are used consistently across certain types of translation notes (such as the words “Or” in an alternative translation style note, “Others”, “Heb.”, “LXX” etc.).
Valid In:Any <char> (Footnote)

@style:fp
Use:Footnote additional paragraph.
Use this marker to if you need to indicate the start of a new paragraph within a footnote (uncommon).
Valid In:Any <char> (Footnote)

@style:

fv

Use:

Footnote verse number.
A verse number in the the text quotation or alternative translation.

Valid In:

Any <char> (Footnote)

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<note caller="+" style="f">
  <char style="fr">7.38: </char>
  <char style="ft">Jesus' words in verses 37-38 may be translated: </char>
  <char style="fqa">“Whoever is thirsty should come to me and drink. </char>
  <char style="fv">38</char> As the scripture says, ‘Streams of life-giving water
  will pour out from within anyone who believes in me.’”
</note>

@style:fdc
Use:Material to be included only in publications that contain the Deuterocanonical/Apocrypha books.
Valid In:Any <char> (Footnote)

Note

Other <char> @style types may be nested within any of the standard footnote <char> @style types shown in the list above.

<note> (CrossReference)

ico_R Schema pattern name: CrossReference

Element:note
empty (all content is contained within the note’s child char elements)
Added:1.0
Use:Contains child <char> elements to contain the content for a cross reference or study cross reference.
@caller:Cross reference caller. *
+ | - | <user defined caller>
A <user defined caller> may be any single character or sequence of characters preferred as the caller for a note.
@style:Content (cross reference) type. *
x (cross reference) | ex (extended / study cross reference)
Valid in:Book Titles, Book Introduction, Introduction End Titles, Chapter Text
Parents:<para>, <char>, <cell>

Diagram

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<char> (CrossReference)

ico_R Schema pattern name: CrossReferenceChar

Element:char
xsd:string
Added:1.0
Use:An element for marking various cross reference content types.
@style:Cross reference content type. *
The <char> (Cross Reference) @style types list (below) presents an itemization of @style values valid within <char> elements which are children of <note> @style=”x”.
Valid in:<note> (CrossReference)

Diagram

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<char> (Cross Reference) @style Types


@style:

xo

Use:

Cross reference origin reference.
This is the chapter and verse(s) that target (@style=”xt”) reference(s) are being provided for.

Valid In:

Any <char> (CrossReference)

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<note caller="-" style="x">
  <char style="xo">2.23: </char>
  <char style="xt">Mk 1.24; Lk 2.39; Jn 1.45.</char>
</note>

@style:xt
Use:Cross reference target reference(s).
The list of target scripture passages being suggested as references for comparison/review with respect to the text (or concept) of the origin reference.
A list of book name abbreviations and chapter + verse references, separated by semicolons or other book list separator character.
Valid In:Any <char> (CrossReference)

@style:xk
Use:A keyword from the scripture translation text which the target reference(s) also refer to.
Valid In:Any <char> (CrossReference)

@style:xq
Use:A quotation from the scripture text.
Use of a quotation would be intended to help the reader to understand the portion of text (or concept) for which the target (xt) reference(s) are being supplied.
Valid In:Any <char> (CrossReference)

@style:xot
Use:References (or other text) which only to be included in publications that contain the Old Testament books.
Valid In:Any <char> (CrossReference)

@style:xnt
Use:References (or other text) which only to be included in publications that contain the New Testament books.
Valid In:Any <char> (CrossReference)

@style:xdc
Use:References (or other text) which only to be included in publications that contain the Deuterocanonical/Apocrypha books.
Valid In:Any <char> (CrossReference)
<note caller="-" style="x">
  <char style="xo">1.26: </char>
  <char style="xdc">Ws 2.23; Si 17.3,4;</char>
  <char style="xt">1 Co 11.7.</char>
</note>