In my earlier question, verso-recto was a bit of a red herring. Sorry. The revised question should be clearer.
In LATeX/memoir, I wish to set up a command to generate ‘extended marginal notes’ in which the notes would sit on the facing page of a double sided document. Ideally, I would be able to put the command near the text of interest and it would select the correct opposing page. Thus the note page would migrate with the text page during later editing. Such note pages would contain only the comments and would have different formatting than the rest of the manuscript. Moreover, the number of pages devoted to notes would be (much) smaller than the total number of pages. Any advice would be appreciated
Any advice would be appreciated.
In response to questions:
- Notes can appear on the left or right page as long as they are opposite.
- If a text page doesn't call a note, the opposing page will be unaffected and will just continue the text.
- Notes are limited to a single page.