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Annotation on Open Shakespeare
Please note: the annotate function does not yet work with Internet Explorer nor early versions of Firefox
At the top of every page is a button to log-in with OpenID. If you use this to identify yourself, your annotations will be identified. In the near future you will soon be able to filter annotations to view your personal contributions, or those of others…
Certain annotations can be edited; these are marked with a pencil icon that appears when you hover over the text of the annotation. Clicking on the pencil opens the same dialogue box as that used for creating a new annotation. Type your correction, and then press enter to save it.
Bugs and Requests
If you find a bug, or would like to see a particular improvement to the annotation tool, do get in touch, and we will try and implement it.
Text Comparison, Search, Statistics
Just click on the relevant button on the home page, and follow the on screen prompts!
Writing Introductions and Articles
We welcome contributions from anyone interested in Shakespeare, either at the level of short introductions to the plays or long, critical texts. Send any submissions to us by email and we will edit them collaboratively with you, before publishing them to the blog and to the site.
The site is still growing, and we would be delighted to hear about anything else you want to do with Open Shakespeare. Just drop us a mail at the to us at the usual address.