It's probably no different than how it's currently done, except, again,
with a floating palette, I could drag n' drop a snippet ONTO a
selection, rather than select the snippet from a flyout to be applied to
my selected text.
This would have great use, for example, with your new "append to each
line" command. I could drag n' drop an "<li>echo
snippet and have it apply to each line.
Allan Odgaard wrote:
On Feb 1, 2005, at 20:51, Chris Messina wrote:
I would also like to be able to drag n' drop
a snippet onto a
selection and have the snippet wrap around my selection.
Ehm... how? Shouldn't the snippet then somehow specify where the
selection should go, and if so, would this be any different than what
you currently can do, other than the way you activate it?
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