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> It sounds like the ruling has nothing to do with the content 
> of your finding aid but is a display issue, right?  If so, 
> rather than using a hard-coded attribute in your EAD, why not 
> decide under what conditions you want it, then test for it in 
> the style sheet and output if it meets the conditions?  For 
> example, say you want an hr only if there are more than 3 
> c02s; put that test in your style sheet.  Or if you want it 
> only if there are more than 3 c02s AND they each have more 
> than 3 c03's.  Or only if there are more than 75 c0#s in 
> total.  Etc etc etc -- you can make up whatever test you want.

That's *exactly* what I was saying we can't do - it's just too unpredictable. It's really just a "I've seen what it's going to look like and think a line is needed" decision. Bleah.

Jenn

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Jenn Riley
Metadata Librarian
Digital Library Program
Indiana University - Bloomington
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