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Akira TAGOH wrote:
[...] So I want to sort out what objects are allowed to edit and where the target is it in. please let me know if something wrong and the use-case why it needs. particularly for target="pattern". I'm listing
For target="scan" and target="font", I agree that can make sense.However, for target="pattern", I think that all properties that can be specified by users/applications (which are basically _all_ properties), should also remain editable in the pattern through rules, even if they don't take effect until after the match.
For example, in environments where none of the 10-* config files are enabled by default, it is entirely possible that applications specify fonts like
sans:rgba=rgb for some uses and sans:rgba=none for others.I think it would be irritating if patterns like these couldn't fully be edited in the configuration. Now it's true that such cases could still be sorted out after the match. It just seems a bit arbitrary to forbid such edits.
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