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Once a WeekEdit

Hi Henkenny -- welcome to Wikisource and thanks for working on Once a Week!

There’s a Once a Week style guide at Wikisource:Wikiproject Once a Week#Style guide. I’ve tried to make it clear, but would appreciate suggestions for what to expand on or explain. The most relevant point is that Once a Week uses curly (smart) quotes throughout.

General notes:

  1. It’s overall style-policy on Wikisource not to use paragraph indents.
  2. When a paragraph ends at the end of a page, put the template {{nop}} on the line after it; this tells the software to insert a paragraph break there, otherwise it would think it was supposed to just continue on to the next page.
  3. When using {{sc}} for small caps, exclude numbers and long punctuation (!::?) from the template, which shrinks them improperly (the template should really be changed IMO)

I also made changes to the page you proofread in the phrases "aqua vitæ" and "d—— Britisher." Sorry for all the details: stuff like that is partly in the general Wikisource style guide, and partly something you can pick up as you go along...

Questions answered at Wikisource:Scriptorium/Help, and I can probably answer anything specifically OAW-related Levana Taylor (talk) 22:48, 12 February 2020 (UTC)