Building AEacute from A with #exit, E with #entry and acutecomb that has also #entry (to construct hungarumlaut) forces the acutecomb to align according to #entry and not the “top” anchor that is desired, see screenshot.
Those anchors do not improve efficiency unless it’s used multiple times (e.g. building other double-diacritics for Vietnamese). I suggest simply placing two acutecomb components. It’s cumbersome to have to adjust two anchors elsewhere to get the position you want when you can just do it in hungarumlautcomb.
Right, I guess I’ll do it as Tosche suggests–thanks.
Still, if I were to use it on multiple occasions, is there a way to rename #exit#entry anchors?
If not, it might one of those nice to have features for future updates—I can think of several scenarios that would benefit from revised anchor behaviour, e.g. constructing an asterisk of 5-6 rotated components, all aligning to a shared anchor (say “pivot”) would be a tremendous help.