# [ekdosis] All critical notes put below one fragment

Robert Alessi robert.alessi at cnrs.fr
Fri May 6 10:06:51 CEST 2022

Dear Robert,

As a matter of fact, there is a solution which I must admit is not very
well documented, even though it is used quite extensively in the
documentation itself of ekdosis.

I am referring to the "flush" optional argument that is described on
p. 29 of the documentation.[1]  As an illustration, this snippet:

\begin{alignment}[flush, lcols=2]
\begin{edition}
...
\end{edition}

\begin{translation}
...
\end{translation}
\end{alignment}

will print your edition text and the translation printed as presented
on p. 26 of the documentation.[2]

Let me know if this arrangement suits your needs.

Best,

Robert

Footnotes:
[1]  http://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/luatex/latex/ekdosis/ekdosis.pdf#page.29

[2]  http://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/luatex/latex/ekdosis/ekdosis.pdf#page.26

On Fri, May 06, 2022 at 09:15:28AM +0200, r.ermers at mo-perspectief.nl wrote:
>    Dear list members,
>
>    I am working on the edition + translation of about 300 Arabic marginal and
>    interlinear notes in an Arabic MS.
>
>    I have written the Arabic text in Arabluatex. I have collected these notes
>    in numbered fragments. At each fragment the linenumbering is reset at 1.
>
>    I want my critical notes to be put below each fragment.
>
>    However, it seems that Ekdosis collects the critical notes of several
>    fragments and puts hem all under one. In my example the critical notes to
>    P018 are put below P009.
>
>    Does anyone have a solution?
>
>    Help is much appreciated!
>
>    Robert
>
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