Hello! I'm new here. I do JP > EN. Nice to meet you!
I know somebody already wrote something about this. It looks like we can't use italics in the workbench. However, the style guide says:
"If possible, use italics for foreign words and phrases, unless they are commonly used. (Some commonly used foreign words include: ibid., et al., etc.)
o Example: He felt he'd captured the Zeitgeist in his work."
What I'd like to ask is, if we can't use italics for foreign words, should we use quotes instead? Or perhaps quotes on the first mention of the word and then just normally formatted afterwards?