quodlibet wrote:I removed the two `\n`s from following line:
I could cut it down to one, but that is as far as I would go. I can put it in a setting.
quodlibet wrote:I think the "points" and "rowcol" features are too arithmetical for me. @nick's plugin's behavior seems preferable for identifying extent.
@nick's doesn't show extent, it just shows the scopes. These are two different things, useful for two different purposes. But that is why I made the settings and not on by default; not everyone will want them.
quodlibet wrote:In an ideal universe, highlighting the scope would probably be best way. (I tried to avoid mentioning this on the off-chance that you would find it interesting ) But even if it can be done, from what I've seen in other plugins (e.g., https://github.com/a-sk/livecss), trying to hijack the color scheme makes a mess of things.
Highlighting the scopes is easy. LiveCSS is a mess for different reasons; it is trying to dynamically add special color scopes to highlight CSS colors. If all you want is an underline of the entire scope's extent, I can do that no problem. I can even use the scopes internal color (but I don't think that is necessary). LiveCSS is something different entirely. If you want something like I described, create an issue, and I will consider it when I have time.