Each line of verse text on the screen has the following elements:
- line number (e.g. F_y45 = La vie sainte Fey, l. 45).
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Within the text coloured fonts are used as follows:
- blue = expansion of abbreviations, normalization of letters
- green = additions, changes, variants by main scribe
- teal = text in Latin
- grey = deletions by expunctuation or erasures by scribe
- red (words, letters within the line) = editorial emendations
- magenta (word or quoted string) = highlight colour of search engine query match
- magenta (complete lines) = interversion of lines by editor
- bold (black) = additions or corrections by later medieval hand
- italic (black) = corrections by later medieval hand, rejected by editor
- bold initial letters = large initial letters marking section breaks
- raised cap bold initial letters = historiated initial letters at beginning of texts
- text lines in red = rubrics