[Tshwanelex-l] Lemma gender attribute
david.joffe at tshwanedje.com
Mon Dec 19 10:17:34 EST 2011
A couple of points to check:
1. Make sure you add your new attribute (field) to the Lemma element
specifically (i.e. in the DTD editor, select 'Lemma' (or 'Entry') in
the left-most list when adding the attribute - your attribute should
be in the attribute list there for that element)
2. I suspect this is probably the problem: The output order of
fields can be adjusted independently of the 'structural order' of
the data (this allows greater flexibility, but at the cost of a
little complexity). If you go to Format/Styles, select the 'Output
(display) order' tab at the top of the dialog, select the 'Lemma'
element in the left-most list, then in the list with heading 'Child
element/attribute', select your new attribute, and click 'Move up'
until it appears above the Sense or just after the LemmaSign.
Let me know if it still doesn't work.
On 17 Dec 2011 at 3:42, ryoval HMS wrote:
Date sent: Sat, 17 Dec 2011 03:42:56 +0900
From: ryoval HMS <yangsangunja at gmail.com>
To: tshwanelex-l at mailman.yale.edu
Subject: [Tshwanelex-l] Lemma gender attribute
> I am really impressed by the job they've done creating this beautiful
> piece of software.
> It's really the most useful one for the purpose of dictionary making.
> However (excuse my stupidity since I wasn't able to figure this out from
> the manual) I've got one question.
> What is the right way to create a "lemma gender" attribute or whatever
> you call it (it's necessary for the source language of the
> mini-dictionary which I am currently developing a part of my grad school
> Actually, I managed to create one but no matter how hard I try it keeps
> appearing just next to the translation (sense), while I really need it
> to be directly after the lemma (isn't it obvious?).
> Is there a way to deal with this issue without creating a so called
> Thank you in advance.
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