I addded an uncomment routine to the end of startwindow.js.
It wasn't hard to write, and is valid for either js or css, as they have the 
same kinds of comments and strings.
Have a look if you wish.
I'm just prepping myself; I have the feeling we will need to roll our own 
querySelectorAll and/or css parse.
They both currently have too many bugs and inefficiencies.
The uncomment routine says it might grow as n^2, so maybe I can't use this lazy 
but then again, the css file from stackoverflow is a third of a meg, and it 
uncomments just like that, so maybe it's fine.

Karl Dahlke
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