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Re: Mathematical selection

From: Paul Libbrecht <paul@activemath.org>
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 12:46:22 +0200
Message-ID: <442BB6FE.4060300@activemath.org>
To: m.kohlhase@iu-bremen.de
Cc: Public MathML mailing list <www-math@w3.org>

Michael Kohlhase wrote:
> we have already talked about this, and I would like to publically 
> re-state my opinion that only approach #2 can really work.
Do you have pointers about this ?
At least I don't think there's anyone implementing it... do I mistake ?
If not... my +1 to put this in a revised spec (or a note?) as this is 
the only way to avoid trying to have scripts replace the work of 
selection and copy.
> Of course, you will only realistically get parallel markup, if you 
> generate it from content-oriented methods anyway :-).
The bone question is whether level 1 is still sensible... I sort of 
believe that if this is implemented, authors (and gui-editors) will put 
more brackets mrows... otherwise, we can,

Can producers of plain MathML-presentation speak about it ?
Are there situations where such a sub-term selection would be worse than 
the text selection?


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