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- Jan 2016
what you see is not what you get.
Clever reversal of the claim that these interfaces are WYSIWYG.
many authors base their practice on proprietary tools and formats that sometimes fall short of even the most basic requirements of scholarly writing.
So the issue is both with the proprietary nature of the tools (and the concomitant vicissitudes) and the simple pragmatism of the tool for the job.