David Green wrote:
I'm wondering whether we can make use of the contrary sense implied by the word "but", and have it apply specifically to cases where something is being overridden. In cases where there isn't something to override we could use a different word, such as "with".

I must admit to finding it difficult to grok the use of 'but' as currently specified. This suggestion (and Jon's amendment) does make the concept much easier to understand.


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