Special signs from the electronic registration

In the transcripts there will occur signs and symbols which signify special relations in the original source or the electronically registered version:

signifies that the handwriting in the original is indistinct or illegible (e.g. 'Kristi??')
is used as a separator between two alternative readings of the original when it is impossible to decide which is the correct one (e.g. 'Even@Sven')
indicates stricken out text in the source. If a word or a sentence is stricken out it is marked with a % in front and behind the stricken out word (e.g. 'Peder%Hans%')
siginifies that this information in the source must be wrong for obvious reasons (!! alone in a field means that the information is missing)
after a piece of information, e.g. a surname, indicates that the information is not given in the original, but included by the registrator on the basis of the information regarding the surrounding persons in the source
indicates that the following note is that of the registrator and not to be found in the source