Re: [editing] Leading with ContentEditable=Minimal

On 17/06/2014 02:12 , Julie Parent wrote:
> If Intention events are (temporarily) moved out of scope, I think this
> leads us back to the question of what would contentEditable='minimal' do
> exactly?  Enable collapsed selections and default handling of cursor
> movement ... anything else?  If this is all it would do, then perhaps
> what we really want is an explicit API to enable cursors?

The way I see it, that is indeed *all* it would do (and serve as a 
sanity flag so that browsers know how to handle this cleanly).

It *is* an explicit API to enable cursors. It has the advantage of 
reusing an existing name so that we don't have to worry about what 
happens when you specify both; and it's declarative because that's what 
you want for such a case (notably so that CSS can style what's editable 

We could rename it contentEditable=cursor if that's cleaner — the idea 
is the same (and I certainly won't argue bikeshedding :).

Robin Berjon - - @robinberjon

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