I own NA27GBS module (untagged) as well as Greek NT (Tagged) which is, according to the copyright info, the same text. However, while the text is the same, the typographical features are not. One very minor case in point is James 1.12-13. In the printed edition of NA27 and the NA27GBS module there is an elongated space between these two verses. This space indicates a subparagraph marker. Printed NA28 follows the same spacing at this verse. Again, however, NA28 Greek NT, a tagged text, does not have the spacing (or the majuscule beginning vs 13) as the printed editions and the NA27GBS does. The Greek NT (Tagged) preserves the majuscule but not the spacing..
My question is, what can be expected regarding the parity of these minor features between the printed text and the accordance modules? The NA text in particular is quite meticulously detailed and often the smallest typographical details (such as spacing or an odd majuscule) carry significance for understanding the text. If I were to get the NA28 Apparatus (which apparently includes the sigla of the printed text, along with the margin refs, etc) will the typesetting of the printed text also be maintained?
I know this is obscure, but it is significant for some kinds of study. Particularly if one is working solely from the electronic text without constant reference to the printed text. More to the point, I do not own a printed ed of NA28 and do not intend to purchase one if the module is sufficient in these details.
I've attached a screenshot of NA27GBS for reference to my rather confusing description.