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Re: Add commands (issue 150670043 by address@hidden)

From: tdanielsmusic
Subject: Re: Add commands (issue 150670043 by address@hidden)
Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2014 10:21:45 +0000

I've not followed the corresponding email discussion closely, and maybe
I've missed something, but how is this better than simply using \obreak
for an original break, and \nbreak for a new, required, break, having

obreak = \break
nbreak = <>

in order to obtain the original breaks.  And then simply redefining

obreak = <>
nbreak = \break

to remove the original breaks and activate the new ones?  And
equivalently for page breaks.

This has the advantage that newly inserted breaks don't interfere with
the original ones.

It would also be trivial to remove all these editing aids finally with a
simple global edits.

That seems so simple anyone can do it without adding anything to the
base code and almost a page to the documentation.


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