[texhax] Radical Philosophy html file ref needs correction

Carlos linguafalsa at gmail.com
Sun Apr 29 09:23:52 CEST 2018

I was just browsing the texhax archives. There was a thread about a
publication named Radical Philosophy.

There's a disclosure on the page on the article that "The following text
has been automatically reproduced by an Optical Character Recognition
(OCR) algorithm. It may not have been checked over by human eyes. For
matters of precision please consult the original pdf."

The article I'm referring to is at https://www.radicalphilosophy.com/article/a-monument-to-the-unknown-worker

But even the source shows a

<a href="#ref- -b" id="ref- -a" class="reflink body">[ ]</a>

which throws off the footnotes. And don't we like seeing footnotes on
all TeX produced materials? Eh? hehe.

Anyhow. Interesting article. Interesting. I enjoyed reading most of it.

Here's the git diff on the file

--- a/bolano_original.html
+++ b/Bolano/bolano_add_ref.html
@@ -25,7 +25,8 @@ Argentine Ricardo Piglia) and postmagical realist (after, for example,
 the Paraguayan Augusto Roa Bastos) cognitive mapping. In doing so,
 <i>2666 </i>suggests, in a kind of high-modernist vein, an
 out-of-kilter realism re-presenting reality – that is, a capitalist
-world – gone awry.  Bolaño’s novel <i>2666</i> is an inorganic work
+world – gone awry. <a href=#fn2" id="fnref2" class="footnoteRef
+footnoteLink">[2]</a> Bolaño’s novel <i>2666</i> is an inorganic work
 written in five ‘parts’, a quintet that does not quite make a whole,
 and whose unity is given paradoxically in narrative proliferation and
 dispersal.  <a href="#fn3" id="fnref3" class="footnoteRef

Thanks a lot. 

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