I think that would be nice too. Infact, I would prefer it myself. I could do all Latin u's as v's for the main Latin text or for all text. I am looking for someone else to give a consensus and I'll make the change. The issue is that it cannot be changed back once it is done (not without TONS of work). This comment did remind me of the Oxford Latin Dictionary, which had done similiar, and I liked it.Not sure whether this was mentioned already, but it would also be ideal and cool if all U's in the Latin text were changed to V's.
As well, I was considering making all beginning sentence caps (with exception to proper names and places) as lower case or just keeping all as caps, but obviously we cannot have both so a decision has to be made. What do you guys think 1, 2, or 3?
- Latin text as caps.
- Latin text, including first words (with exception to proper names and places) lower case.
- Regular, with sentences starting with caps, and proper names/places caps, and all other lower case as per normal.
Also, I had taken all the macrons off the main Latin text and just kept them for the broken down sections. Gives the reader a little more of a challenge, yet allows them to check below if they were right. After all, we don't use macrons in English. And IMO they take away from the beauty of the original text.