14. Editorial Comments

Although CCL transcriptions do not contain editorial comments about the quality of the text, the probable correct reading, or the explanation for corrupt readings, they may occasionally include notes to clarify the transcription or the transcriber's decision in difficult situations. We trust these notes will be used very sparingly. They are to be entered as footnotes, if possible with the direction "display" or "do not display". Notes that are not displayed are preserved in the encoded transcriptions, and their information can readily be recovered by using the "Right-click, View Source Code" option available in most browers. Editorial notes for display do complicate the display of material in CCL search results, and we ask contributors to consider offering their comments in the separate annotation file (generated from the Codicological Questionnaire) or on the CCL wiki.