Integrator 2012 – Foreground logic

Well, while I was thinking about avoiding duplication of foreground data I narrowed down 2 possible options:

  • a quick one that I can code on top of the existing code
  • a more complex one that requires some restructuring and a change in the foreground editing logic

Of course I opted for the latter option. The reason is that the editing logic of the alternative approach does not involve duplication unless the user explicitly introduces it. I like the idea. Besides this logic is probably what the original tools by John Twiddy were using 🙂

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