I’m building a song book with SAB. This is the first time I’ve noticed the styles that allow you to have different indents for poetry with or without verse numbers, and if it is a one- or two-digit verse number:
Nice! Unfortunately, if I put a period after a verse number (to provide a little more separation), that gets counted as a character in the verse number.
\q1 \v 2. Sində-je kàrè dꞋuwə ta-dé (x2)
\q1 \v 3. Bato-je kàrè dꞋuwə ta-dé (x2)
Those get counted as two-digit verse numbers. Could SAB just match the number at the beginning of the verse number, for counting the number of digits?
Alternatively, is there a way to get the CSS ::after element to work with SAB styles, so that I could specify to add “.” at the end of the span? Then I could leave the verse numbers as only numbers.