Because the link inspector is not dismissable by the user, it's possible that it can cover up article text that they would want to see when deciding on their suggestion. This edge case would occur on desktop when only one suggestion is in the article, because the inspector can't go away, and the user can't even flip to a different suggestion to expose the obscured text for the other suggestion.
In the following screenshot, you can see the link inspector covering part of the sentence that contains the suggestion:
@RHo is going to decide what to do about this. Ideas included:
* Allowing the user to flip the orientation of the inspector so it goes above, not below, the suggestion.
* Anchoring the inspector at the top or bottom of the window, like we do on mobile and like the find/replace element does on desktop.
* Allowing the user to close or minimize the inspector.
* Allowing the user to flip the orientation of the inspector so it goes above, not below, the suggestion.Moveable link inspector
Different proposals being explored here (!!Work-in-progress!!)