Re: Editing and formatting characters

-> So, lacking suitable fonts, Pango could simply display '[RLM]' or
-> something like that.

	Just a quick note on this: Nedit (the ASCII editor) uses the four


	as a single "character" to represent \r.  It uses similar
bracketed words for other non-displayable characters.  It works very well,
but throws off alignment in (monospaced) ASCII art.

	Also, there are a conventional set of glyphs for \n (paragraph
symbol), \t (something like -->|), and space (a centered dot), and I
would like to see these in a "display whitespace" mode in addition to the
"display non-printable characters" mode.

--Derek S.

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