If an image has back-to-back text, is it better to create one large note covering all the text or many smaller notes?
For example, take post #2430183 which I recently translated. I put each line of the text at the bottom as a separate note, but since it is in a larger textbox I was wondering if it would be better to just make one note encompassing all of that text and use newlines appropriately.
Another situation is exemplified by post #2430620 which I also (mostly) translated. I could put the labels and explanations in one note each and use styling to make the label look larger and have the correct color, which could potentially prevent the situation of forgetting which explanation you're reading and having to mouse over the adjacent label.
There's obviously a limit to this, I wouldn't try to cram everything on every image into one note or anything, but in this case I feel like it may be justified. Thoughts?