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 [[https://​www.thebookdesigner.com/​2010/​06/​book-design-8-solutions-to-the-text-break-dilemma/​|Types of context breaks]] [[https://​www.thebookdesigner.com/​2010/​06/​book-design-8-solutions-to-the-text-break-dilemma/​|Types of context breaks]]
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 Q: I'm wondering about alignment and spacing. The poet in the book I'm editing (Silvija) makes use of left and right justification at some points in the book. Should I align the text as the poet did or stick to right justification only? Also, the book contains a lot of white space (poems are on separate pages). Should I add page breaks in this case? Finally, I just want to verify that the slash ('/'​) that is used in poetry should remain as written or changed somehow for conversion into DAISY? Thanks! Q: I'm wondering about alignment and spacing. The poet in the book I'm editing (Silvija) makes use of left and right justification at some points in the book. Should I align the text as the poet did or stick to right justification only? Also, the book contains a lot of white space (poems are on separate pages). Should I add page breaks in this case? Finally, I just want to verify that the slash ('/'​) that is used in poetry should remain as written or changed somehow for conversion into DAISY? Thanks!
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