I'm trying to help a team with their \r parallel reference markers, which are printed under section headings. They want these to have more information in some cases, showing at the top of the section to which particular verses the parallel reference is relevant (i.e. a source for the target x-reference). For example:
\s1 Golleeji Joomiraawo booɗɗi
\r ( 1-15: Haala Laamaare I 16:8-22)
i.e.: \r (Verses 1-15: 1 Chronicles 16:8-22)
Obviously this flags errors. Thinking about how to do this. As I can't use the \r marker, I'll have to either use another section heading (italicised manually, using \xt for the cross-reference target?), or make a non-standard change in the stylesheets. Is this the best way, or is there a better standard for this? If all this was done at the bottom of the page, I could happily use the standard cross-reference markers.