I guess you are right about that.
And I'm mostly the same way. Still I find things when I see the finished
product that I want to tweak before submission.
Even if I like the result, I mostly end up doing at least 10 iterations of
Save -> compile -> open in viewer -> check result, before I'm done.
Page breaks is the least of the issues. What is more important is that
sections describing protocol syntax is not all messed up with wrong indent,
line breaks etc.
I guess not everyone appreciate WYSIWYG, but I do :)
On 09-07-16 12:15 PM, "Julian Reschke" <julian(_dot_)reschke(_at_)gmx(_dot_)de>
Stefan Santesson wrote:
I don't want to save my current edit to a file and enter it into some kind
of tool to see what I write. I want to see it while I'm editing. E.g. what
happens if I include a page break here? Does it look better if I add an
extra line or should I keep this section on same page?, etc.
I realize that different people have different preferences :-).
As a matter of fact, while editing a draft, page breaks are the least of
my worries. I do not want to be bothered with them. I do not want to
fine tune vertical whitespace. Keep in mind that whatever you spend your
time on with respect to this will be undone by the RFC Editor anyway.
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