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Re: Overlay mechanic improvements

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Overlay mechanic improvements
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2014 15:16:15 -0400

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    The whole point is to work with an editable source and have the images
    as a transient view.  In order to make movement unsurprising, only some
    movement commands (like cursor left/right) will actually disable the
    move-out-of-images-in-the-main-loop behavior of Emacs in order to "open"
    images and display the source: most commands will avoid the inside of
    images in the way Emacs usually does.

What is the _desired_ behavior when the user edits text that corresponds
to an image?  Should the image disappear?

Dr Richard Stallman
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