Note to self


Keeping notes about a composition as close as possible to its context is a good way to avoid loosing stray thoughts. BLUEPHRASE has four syntactic forms for doing this.

Comments, remarks, replies & placeholders

Single line comments
Using single-line comments in your manuscript.
Using multi-line remarks in your manuscript.
Using remarks and replies to create a threaded conversation.
Using placeholders as graynotes

Communication between author and editor

Adding signatures to graynotes

Showing and hiding graynotes

Temporary text
Emitting placeholders as temporary text
Removing graynotes
Removing graynotes from the emitted document

Note to self

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