Othello, the Moore of Venice

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Separate CSS   By default the “Open the text” and “Download the text” buttons supply files with CSS embeded. If you want to change the style, tick this box and supply a modified version of shakmob.css. That file contains instructions for one change you might wish to make: suppressing the Act.Scene.Line numbers against each speech.

Note that Kindle appears to demand embeded CSS. If you want different formatting there, download the text, make the changes and email to Kindle yourself.

Line and speech counts are added to the text - rarely used
I have told Kindle to accept emails from PoSP@FastMail.com

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Kindle   Before you can send stuff to Kindle you must log in to your Amazon account and find your way to “Manage Your Content and Devices” / “Settings”. On this page find “Personal Document Settings” and within that “Send-to-Kindle E-Mail Settings”. Make a note of the email address for your Kindle - this is the address you must enter in the box above.
Vital   A little lower in the same page you will see “Approved Personal Document E-mail List”. It is vital that you add to this list PoSP@FastMail.com .
Multiple   This facility only supports one email address at a time. If you wish to send to more than one of your Kindles, try sending to the oldest one. You may well find that the document has become visible to your other Kindles.
Otherwise find your way to “Manage Your Content and Devices” / “Content” in your Amazon account and do it from there. Remember that these are “Docs” rather than “Books” in Amazon terms.

Matrix to list characters in order of appearance
Output the matrix as a CSV file
Provide links - version without may be preferred for printing
Add target= to links
Whole play links (ie. speech count links for each character) will be to name.htm, eg. pericles.htm. For use if you have the play on your computer. Default is to link to the play on this site. The two options in the “Open the text” box above are also applied to this option.
Use 1993 original state of Moby Shakespeare.
This option applies to all the above choices of action.
Changes from Moby
At 1.3.401, "what say you … I am changed" do not appear in the First Folio. In 2.1 one speech is given to "Second Gentlemen". In 2.3 Cassio's "Good night, honest Iago" appears as part of the preceding speech by Iago. At 2.3.142 some editions add "'Swounds" before "you rogue! you rascal!". At the start of 5.2 "a light burning" appears as part of a speech rather than as part of the scene description.
At 3.3.476 "'Tis a shrewd doubt, though it be but a dream": some editors give this line to Iago but I have kept it with Othello as in the First Folio.
Moby only: several changes, mainly just fixing OCR errors.
See this diff report for all changes.