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--- Comment #1 from kipod <> ---
the solution is simple: display the card based on mouse location rather than
the location of the element that triggered it.

there are other reasons for this: e.g., one might want to create a card for
large elements (say, hovercard for an image), and the expectation is that the
card will be near the mouse pointer, not fixed based on element location, which
may be pretty far from the mouse for large element.

btw - this is the way browsers display tooltips: if you have an image tooltip,
it will show relative to the mouse, not to the image, so doing it the way i
describe is meeting users' expectations.


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