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I typically format the critical notes in this way:

Secundum patet, quod nullus sensus particularis

1 quod] quia A

But is it possible to format some notes in the following way:

Secundum patet, quod nullus sensus particularis potest cognoscere diuersitatem inter sensibilia diuersorum sensuum

1 post potest: particulariter del. A

I have tried the following but it only leads to undesired whitespace in the text.

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{eledmac}

\newcommand{\nolemma}[2]{%
  \edtext{#1}{%
    \nolemmaseparator[b]%
    \lemma{}\Bfootnote{#2}%
  }%
}

\newcommand{\crit}[2]{%
  \edtext{#1}{%
    \lemmaseparator[b]{\rbracket}%
    \Bfootnote{#2}%
  }%
}

\begin{document}
\beginnumbering

\pstart
Secundum patet, \crit{quod}{quia \emph{A}} \crit{nullus}{unus \emph{M}} sensus
particularis \nolemma{potest}{\emph{post} potest: particulariter \emph{del. A}} 
cognoscere diuersitatem inter sensibilia diuersorum sensuum
\pend

\endnumbering
\end{document}

This results in the following apparatus:

apparatus

So, is it possible to change the lemma separator on the go?

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  • not the question, but putting a ~ between "del." and "A" would look better. Dec 9, 2014 at 16:17

1 Answer 1

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all the \Xfootnote commands can have an optional argument nosep (p. 16 of the handbook).

So

\newcommand{\nolemma}[2]{%
  \edtext{#1}{%
    \lemma{}\Bfootnote[nosep]{#2}%
  }%
}

In any case \nolemmaseparator[b] couldn't work, because B is not b.

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