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Visual-Meta

Description (for human, not machine)

Boilerplate Text to describe what this Visual-Meta is, for anyone who would like to support Visual-Meta in their software systems today or in a thousand years.

Announcement of Presence of Visual-Meta (starts overall wrapper)

@{visual-meta-start}

Introduction (version number etc)

@visual-meta{
version = {1.0},
generator = {Author 7.0 (1014)},
}

Citing (in native BibTeX format)

@article{
author = {Frode Alexander Hegland},
title = {History of Citations},
year = {2020},
institution = {Liquid Information},
}

Structural

@headings{
<json>
[
{“name”:”Heading Name”, “level”:”level1″},
{“name”:”Second Heading Name”, “level”:”level1″},
{“name”:”Third Heading Name”, “level”:”level2, “author”:” Section Author’s Name”},
]
</json>
}

Paratexts

@paratext{
<json>
[
{“glossary”:”Glossary”},
{“endnotes”:”Endnotes”},
{“references”:”References”}
]
<json>
}

Glossary Paratext List of Terms

@glossary{
<json>
[
“Glossary Term”,
“Second Glossary Term”
]
</json>
}

Visual-Meta Close Wrapper (announces to reader software which parses the PDF from the end, looking for this tag)

@{visual-meta-end}