Shakespeare experts and encyclopedias reveal that there was a scrivener Ra(l)ph Crane who transcribed Shakespeare's plays for the First Folio (none has survived) and made massed entrances (stage direction, act/scene disvision, speech prefixes, treatment of meters, spelling etc.), for various Shakespeare "Transcripts" such as for "The Merry Wives of Windsor".
Thus, Crane has to be a matter of interest for those interested in solving ->unanswered authorship questions. Crane's involvement of the First Folio is so extensive and of such kind , that he was termed "Shakespeares First Editor."
(- I recommend to read it a few times)
Who else might otherwise have had a motive to make such extensive changes? Who else other than the author, could possibly have added such signifant texts and scenes so shortly prior to FF-printing 1623 ?