re: HTML can do that? VIEW POST

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Not sure if I'll ever encounter a use case for it, but deletion and insertion are pretty rad, didn't know that thing exists. 👍

However, I'd suggest adding text-decoration-skip-ink: none to the <ins> CSS, otherwise macOS font rendering will butcher some of the wavy underlines:

Screenshot of wavy underline below the word "begin", the underline is interrupted by the rather wide "g" glyph which looks inappropriate

 

That's a great point! I've updated the demo with text-decoration-skip-ink: none 🙂

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