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Shakespeare Sonnet 116
11-07-2011, 01:11 AM
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Shakespeare Sonnet 116
Over at http://poetry-markup.blogspot.com/2011/1...t-116.html there is an explantion of the advanced Curl markup used for Sonnet 116 at http://poets.aule-browser.com/shkspr/sonnet-116.html.

A student version of the most famous sonnet of William Shakespeare has lexical annotation for some lines: the Curl {degrees} expression is placed in a {define-text-format} for a {lex-mrk} within a line.

Lines with annotation are provided with a {gap} format that permits the annotation to stay off at a distance near the right margin when in full-screen. Re-sizing the screen horizontal width reveals this behavior: the annotation slides in and then collapses.

The aim is minimalist markup: if you have an idea for achieving this behavior with a simpler text-format please do not hesitate to propose that code.

TIP: To obtain access to the browser F11 response to activate fullscreen mode for a Curl page, click on the visible browser bar then tap the F11 key (Linux Firefox). Once in browser fullscreen, a top click should restore the default browser features.

Robert Shiplett, Curlr
Fredericton NB

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07-05-2013, 06:47 PM
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RE: Shakespeare Sonnet 116
Sonnet 116 by Shakespeare, published in 1609. This is a typical example of the structure and form of Shakespeare the poet begins sonnet.The should not remain in the way of true love. Love can not be true if it changes for any reason. Love must be constant, no problem.
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