It is simple if you don’t quickly scan read it and then pick at a personal shortcoming you have about others ability to use the language in a way that suits their purposes - I’m very clear about it as I have seen those videos and mentioned them as a guide to this feature request, and reckon that would be a great thing in a program like Sketchup - start from the top and read two lines and you have a good idea of what is outlined - nothing cryptic and no ambiguity, if this has failed, read it again until the context of what ensues is also clear…
‘Pertains’ was the word used and deemed sufficient for an NVQII student and I’d hardly rate that above GCSE qualifications - a thesaurus would have given ‘adhere’ as an alternative, but why use reputable sources when you can post trivial gripes about it at the poster like all there is to do is engage in this back & forth expecting clarity when in fact you should stop yourself knowing that that is likening yourself to the person trying to unmuddy a puddle by swirling a stick round in it.
If there’s a very rigid syntax - where is it listed as required reading and then described as mandatory in all future posts on this forum?
If anyone has any interest in the actual feature request - please just accept I’m keen to see it realised, my part in [requesting] it is already played and I hope those videos are inspiring and the process of developing it is easy enough with the know how required.
Whatever else anyone wants to mention from this post is largely a distraction and ensures nothing has been done about the feature itself.
I will not engage in any more of this posting to respond to a comment about words, synonyms and etymology, etc., as it has achieved nothing and highlighted just how much an insignificant thing veers off topic if brought to the fore.