On Sat, Apr 29, 2017 at 05:24:39PM -0400, Neil Van Dyke wrote:

> Alternatively, and simpler: you might have two window panes, one in which
> the user writes Scribble source, and another that gives an almost-live
> semi-WYSIWYG view of how the source would render. Ideally have the
> semi-WYSIWYG one approximate UI cues like text cursor point and selection
> highlighting in the semi-WYSIWG view.

This is the approach that makes sense to me.  But pointing and 
selecting in the semi-WYSIWYG window would probaby require deep 
involvement in scribble's own code.

-- hendrik

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