Edit-Point is documented by Todd Strattman at http://covertheweb.com/edit-point, and that documentation applies exactly to Edit-Point-Static as well.
... except for the additional 'static ranges' feature, about which we talk here.
Whereas Edit-Point originally intends to be maintained from a central admin page, Edit-Point-Static intends to edit a page directly like in a wiki, without going to a dedicated admin page. But this is not the case yet, so before and after the actual edit, you have to cruise through a small labyrinth of clicks.
Edit-Point-Static is not comfortable yet. On the page to be edited (like here), each edit region has a little notepad icon. Click it to edit the region. Click slowly and wait for the result, before you click next. To arrive in the edit box, it takes several clicks. After confirming the edit, it takes another several clicks to return to your page and see the changes.
Here the receipt, it might deviate a bit in different situations:
After a while, you will get accustomed to that 'workflow', and it will be applicable.
To get this 'workflow' more straight forward, is on the schedule for further development. Above described tedious procedure shall be reduced to two clicks: Go from the notpad icon directly to the edit box. After confirming the edit, go directly back to the edited page.
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