In my field (literary history) it's very common to cite from an author's manuscripts , which usually requires standard text styling – s strikethrough style – to signal MS text that has been struck through or overwritten, etc. As far as I can tell, this is not possible in Manuscripts. And, goodness, it's badly needed (!)
Need strikethrough text style (!)
@tharpold I'm not sure I grasped 100% correctly what the style is that we should introduce is like. Would you mind linking to an example document or sending us an example Word document (or a link to a published paper) via email@example.com that demonstrates this? Thanks!
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See, for example pp. 45-46 of this .pdf, available online –
There, only about a sentence of the manuscript passage cited is struck through. It's very common to use this approach in discussions of authors' manuscript revisions.