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At present the publication reports the title as "Inside Outside".
- The front and back covers has "Inside-Outside".
- The title page and spine have "Inside ● Outside".
It seems from Template:PublicationFields:Title that this record's title should be "Inside ● Outside" but I'm suggesting that we use "Inside-Outside" as most people will not enter a • or ● plus the issue on if the bullet or black circle has spaces around it when searching for a title.
We also have the option to ignore the usual rules and to stick with "Inside Outside". PJF uses "Inside Outside" on his web site for example. With the exception of the Corgi edition most publishers have dealt with it by formatting the title as "Inside" over "Outside" which I suspect we should have been entering as "Inside / Outside". --Marc Kupper|talk 19:04, 7 June 2016 (UTC)
- I agree that most people would not use the bullet in a search, so I would tend to lean towards the hyphenated version Prof beard 11:31, 12 June 2016 (UTC)
- I'm personally in favor of the title as it is now. If we ignore "●", that's how it is on the titlepage. --Willem 18:51, 27 June 2016 (UTC)