When I see a plugin which says it contains a shadow tiddler from 
I presume it is overriding a core tiddler.  Is that right?  

When the developer is developing that plugin, is he editing on the core 
tiddler itself, and then packaging it into the plugin, or is there a way of 
overriding a core tiddler for development, and then bundling that 
override-tiddler into the plugin?  

I'm assuming  he is using Node.js and GitHub for development 
Maybe it is best to use the experimental 'create plugins in the browser' if 
the plugin will override core tiddlers? 

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