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Thanks a lot. The remark means that GDocs cannot handle captions for
floating figures like Wordpress.

2016-03-29 14:07 GMT+02:00 Mike Saunders <>:
Hi Heiko,

OK, I've gone through the document now and done a few small English
cleanups. The only bit I didn't understand was this: "Remark: Goes to figure
caption of the legend"

Anyway, it's a fascinating read so when you make it live on the Design blog
I can generate some interest around it on Twitter, Reddit, Hacker News etc.


On 24.03.2016 17:27, Heiko Tietze wrote:

Hi Mike,

I suspect Google to always change my setting. Pretty sure that I enabled
least commenting. Anyway, now it should be okay.
And I'm glad to have you onboard since the documentation part is mostly a
communication and marketing thing.

All the best,

On Donnerstag, 24. März 2016 13:30:58 CET Mike Saunders wrote:

Hi Heiko,

On 23.03.2016 17:51, Heiko Tietze wrote:
As usual the English is a shame and needs proof-reading from natives.

Not a shame; the English is mostly great! But I'm a native speaker and
can do a few cleanups if you like -- just grant access to my Google
account ( and I'll do it.


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