I was under the impression (possibly mistaken) that vr3 was the future and 
that vr + vr2 were headed for the attic. So now would be a good time to 
summarise the actual feature sets or differentiating features of vr, vr2 
and vr3. I think this will help in reviewing any convincing reasons.

Updating the plugins documentation and 
http://leoeditor.com/plugins.html#viewrendered-py to keep users aware of 
PyQt5 issues would be helpful.
Terry made a proposal 
<https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/leo-editor/6EVF4Rw8o_I> to include 
python/Qt compatibility and maintenance status in the docstrings. 

*Re: 2. Most people will strongly prefer one or the other.*
It should be quite clear to users which VR version is actively supported or 
parked in the attic

*Re: 4. Keeping the plugins separate will allow independent development.*
It should be clear and documented why different VR's are being kept alive 
for development.


On Thursday, 22 September 2016 06:45:44 UTC+10, Edward K. Ream wrote:
> I'm having second thoughts about the wisdom of merging VR and VR2 into 
> VR3, for the following reasons:

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