Re: "layouting," ugh.
Someone who has veto power over my edits appears to love the word
"Layouting," and appears to have added back the "ing" that I took out.
Somehow that grates on me. In some cases I don't mind allowing for personal
likes and dislikes, and I have even adopted some word choices that I used
to dislike. But this word, for some reason, is hard for me to stomach.
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