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Re: Overlay mechanic improvements

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Overlay mechanic improvements
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2014 15:15:54 -0400

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    > Since you say that is not the desired behavior, I'd like to understand
    > why not.
    > What is a scenario for editing the text that is under the image
    > overlay,

    Any editing at all.  The image is a visualization, you cannot edit that.
    It is output, not input.

I think we are miscommunicating here.  Could you answer in a less
terse way?

Is the idea that the user goes on editing, and the overlay images
stick around even if they become invalid, and the user knows
to ignore them?

Dr Richard Stallman
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