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Protected: test – issues with the editor tool

By Laure Tempier and Sylvie Degryse, WCO Communications service

List of issues

1/ name of author: when there is more than one name, we need a space between the last “name” of the last work of the “position” and “and”.

2/ In the Subheadlines: All words are capitalized. Please remove.

3/ Copyrights should appear somewhere on the image or next to it. Currently, it does no appear anywhere unless added as a caption.

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4/ space between bullet points should be bigger, same with numbered list. Also, the fact that the bullet points do not show in the editor tool is problematic if there is more than one level. Secondary bullets should show differently if possible.

  • The projectenables practices from all over the world to be compared and also questions common assumptions about informality, reframing in particular its links to corruption, poverty and development, and morality and oppressive regimes. It highlights the role of ambivalence and complexity in the workings of human societies,
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  • and illustrates the potential of ‘network expertise’ that is cross-disciplinary and cross-area inquiry enabled by the network of researchers. Where the disciplinary methods tend to focus selectively on political, economic or social aspects, the ‘networked’ perspective provides insights into the complexity of the forces at play.

5/ If I want to add color to a word in a line, the system creates a new paragraph around this word.

The project enables practices from all over the world to be compared and also questions common assumptions about informality, reframing in particular its links to corruption, poverty and development, and morality and oppressive regimes. It highlights the role of ambivalence and complexity in the workings of human societies, and illustrates the potential of ‘network expertise’ that is cross-disciplinary and cross-area inquiry enabled by the network of researchers. Where the disciplinary methods tend to focus selectively on political, economic or social aspects, the ‘networked’ perspective provides insights into the complexity of the forces at play.

6/ If I want less space between a heading or a Subheading and the paragraph that follows, then the paragraph takes some of the characteristics of the heading or subheading.

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Moreover, the project is of great interest to policymakers who want to imagine solutions that are beneficial for all, but sufficiently pragmatic to ensure seamless implementation, particularly in the field of cross-border trade in developing countries. The project is supported by UCL research funds and the European Commission’s Framework 7 and Horizon 2020 funding programmes for research, innovation and technological development (ANTICORRP and INFORM).

7/ Visual sometimes show as text

 

8/ There is not enough space between the title and the beginning of the article when there is no author. See here: I had to add a space manually.

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9/ small detail but maybe the space created when adding an ad between the end of the text and the ad, and then the ad and the next part of the text is slightly too big.

See below for example

The project enables practices from all over the world to be compared and also questions common assumptions about informality, reframing in particular its links to corruption, poverty and development, and morality and oppressive regimes. It highlights the role of ambivalence and complexity in the workings of human societies, and illustrates the potential of ‘network expertise’ that is cross-disciplinary and cross-area inquiry enabled by the network of researchers. Where the disciplinary methods tend to focus selectively on political, economic or social aspects, the ‘networked’ perspective provides insights into the complexity of the forces at play.