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Re: Problem with 'transparent doc-snippet

From: Phil Holmes
Subject: Re: Problem with 'transparent doc-snippet
Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2013 18:01:32 +0100

"Urs Liska" <address@hidden> wrote in message news:address@hidden
Am 29.04.2013 17:42, schrieb Trevor Daniels:
Urs Liska wrote Monday, April 29, 2013 4:14 PM

Am 29.04.2013 16:57, schrieb Trevor Daniels:
This snippet is in the LSR, so changes should be made by amending the
snippet there, otherwise it remains wrong in the LSR.
Do I recall correctly having read that _now_ (whatever this is) Flags
are treated as separate objects while _earlier_ they were part of the stem?
In the LSR the snippet displays correctly, whereas in the docs we have
the 'floating' Flags.

What to do about that?
I think it is 'correct' in the LSR but not in the docs, so it should
either be removed from the docs (i.e. the doc tag removed) or updated
separately in the docs.
Ah, I'd missed that point. If the change is only required for 2.17 on, then
your original patch to snippets/new was correct.  Sorry about that.
It is also required for 2.16.0 (the change in behaviour obviously was between 2.14 and 2.16).
But :
But I would suggest to remove this snippet from the docs because it's
not the right thing to do anyway.
What should I exactly do to submit a snippet to the LSR with the
intention to adding it to the docs?
Just submit it and tag it with the appropriate tags.

OK, what is necessary now is:
a) submit a new example for making objects transparent
b) update the cross-voice example using 'stencil and submit that
c) remove the doc tag from the existing example.

Don't do that. The snippet in /new will overwrite the snippet in the LSR when the import happens. In principle, the snippet in the LSR would then be updated when the LSR is.

I'll try to do that.

Phil Holmes
Bug Squad

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