It wouldn't be much harder to support html layers than to support text
layers, if it
were possible to link to a library that would do the rendering.  The
problem, as somebody
pointed out earlier, is that html was never designed to be rendered in a
definite way.  The
idea is really misguided -- html is basically a way of doing vector graphics
but without
fully specifying the output.  What is desirable is to have maximally
powerful vector layers,
and that basically means supporting SVG layers, something that is already
seen as a goal.

  -- Bill
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