Re: Space characters is CEdit.

"Jonathan Wood" <>
Thu, 13 Sep 2007 16:21:35 -0600
So why can't your code convert spaces to another character when they are
types as I suggested before? You could always convert them back to spaces if

Jonathan Wood
SoftCircuits Programming

"Paco" <> wrote in message

I can't do what you are saying. A common entry I expect program users to
use is just one space character, nothing else. Or maybe two space
characters, nothing else. If that's the only entry then you can't see them
by just looking at the entry box.

"David Ching" <> wrote in message

"Paco" <> wrote in message

Another way might be by using a custom font that was a normal looking
font except for the space character. It could be a gray box for a space
or maybe something like what I have used when I'm writing in a notebook.
When I want to specify a space I write along the bottom of the line what
looks like a square bracket, but horizontal instead of vertical.

I would just change the edit box font to a non-proportional font like
"Courier New" so that the space is easier to see.

-- David

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