Am finishing up my score edition of the Bach suite 1 Prelude for pizzicato bassists, and have created 3 versions of the score: - a "naked" score for players who prefer to write in their own markings - an articulated score showing left hand articulations used in the arrangement - a fingered score showing the fingerings used in the video performance So far so good, and everything has gone smoothly. The last layer of the fingered score also needs to show string markings for passages that go outside of the usual paradigm of "play everything in half/first position and then climb up the G string". My question has to do with attempting to find out what the "standard" way to indicate string fingerings is. I've seen roman numerals I-IV to show G-E, but have also seen regular numbers in circles (1-4 for G-E) over the fingerings, and also string names in circles over the fingerings. There may also be others that I am missing. So, is there a standard or preferred way to go about this? The first movement I published online, the Gigue, stayed within the paradigm mentioned above, so i didn't have to decide on this at that point. But since I plan to complete a complete edition of the first suite in the next year or so, I thought I would ask those who play primarily orchestral music for a weigh in. Thanks in advance!