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Thanks Ben, I did also notice the field chart breaking across pages.
Easily fixed. I'll ask Nora about the Persian example. I think you are
talking about the comma placement in the $c, because the period is on
the right end of the $c. in the version I have (i.e., the latest PDF I
sent out).

 

Peter 

 

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One tiny suggestion: the field chart in section 2. breaks across pp. 2-3
in the middle of a row; it would probably be easier to read if the whole
chart began at the top of p. 2.

 

Also the use of ISBD punctuation in r-t-l examples is inconsistent.  In
some examples, we are using "normal" punction at the right end of each
subfield (e.g. example on p. 4 for Silsilat al-nusus al-qanuniyah) and
in other we are using "upside down" punctuation at the left end of the
subfield (e.g. Persian example under 3.1.1 on p. 12). 

 

--Ben

 

Benjamin Abrahamse

Head, Serials Cataloging Section

Cataloging and Metadata Services

MIT Libraries

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All, I am attaching a PDF version of the guidelines that I will submit
along with the Word version. I think it has preserved the right to left
headings examples, so after we submit the documents they can use the PDF
to compare the headings to make sure they don't flip in the Word
version, etc.

 

Peter Fletcher

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