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I want the clickable area to be exactly the pixels that are part of the glyph, rather than anywhere in a bounding rectangle that contains the glyph. There are situations where music symbols nest together, or where parts of one are visible through the gaps in another. Using single rectangles for each would count one as obscuring parts of the other even though those parts are visible - any part that's visible should be clickable. I could define a set of bounding rectangles for each glyph in order to approximate them more tightly, but that's a lot of work I'd rather not do unless it turns out that the method I describe is too slow.
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