From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Mar 05 2005 - 21:33:15 CST
Dean Snyder <dean dot snyder at jhu dot edu> wrote:
> In transcriptions of damaged ancient texts it is important and useful
> to indicate roughly the extent of damage to a glyph. Of course, this
> is not a substitute for direct examination of the original document,
> but it is a useful property for programmatic processing of ancient
> texts and their approximate renderings.
I just really can't picture this as being "plain text" any more than
bold and italic are.
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