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Yes, it is intentional. The functionality actually exists, it's just not mentioned:
It's because, once clicked, the new text should become part of the old, and that's it. Presumably you've already read it, and I don't want to make the viewer have to re-collapse the links every time.
Your use case makes sense, though, which is why the feature was included. Maybe I should mention it in the README.
What are some alternatives?
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Logical Or Not
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