Any group present in a .GOT document is embedded in the the said document. It will be automatically read by anyone using Glyphotext. That's the reason why, in the LPDH codes, a group code is followed by an hyphen (underscore) plus a number: (for example : G5&X1_1). This indicates an instance of the group, which behaves as a unique graphic object (you can modify it without altering any other groups in the document or in the Library).
There are two (2) types of line numbering :
Note: There is also a editing margin on the left (the grayed zone). This margin shows the line numbers during edition; they are used for quickly identifying a line in the hieroglyphic text and its corresponding line in the LPDH window. These numbers are not part of the final document (not printable).
= name_of_the_macroin the LPDH window, its hieroglyphic equivalent is returned. Moreover, the name the macro is then replaced by its actual value in the LPDH. For further details, see the heading Macros
O6is usually represented with the following phoneme : Hwt. However, it sometimes appears under the form of
O7(with X1 inside). GOT allows to render this sign by typing Hwtt (the second
tnot being part of the word radical). It's simply a short-cut! So,
O9would be typed Hwttnb, corresponding to its componnents : Hwt + t + nb.