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Sinister vs. TrevolryJacob Deitloff on 18 November 2011 at 1:33 pm
Professor Sinister and Professor Trevolry, previously two unique characters, have been combined into one character. Due to the fact that Professor Trevolry is described as being a goff, and she is more of a primary character than just a professor, we've decided that Professor Trevolry (actually: Professor Trelawney) is given the name "Sinister Trevolry" to stay consistent with the "goffs get goff names" mode.
<sentence/> and <dialogue/>Jacob Deitloff on 15 November 2011 at 2:08 pm
In the markup thus far, sometimes we have situations where we have something like:

<sentence><dialogue>"Hello."</dialogue> said Satan.</sentence><sentence><dialogue>"How are you?"</dialogue>.</sentence>

According to English grammar, this can be one sentence, like so:

<sentence><dialogue>"Hello."</dialogue> said Satan. <dialogue>"How are you?"</dialogue>.</sentence>

In our document, we have both, and inconsistently. I feel like we need to choose one or the other, and then make sure everything is standard through our document. Your comments?
Janis Chinn on 16 November 2011 at 1:41 pm
I think I prefer the second way.
Eric Gratta on 17 November 2011 at 3:51 pm
But they are two sentences... unless the dialogue is split by a comma and a speakingVP and then restarts with a conjunction.
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