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[libreoffice-design] Re: Light Blue for Non-printing characters


Hi Cor


Cor Nouws wrote
>> Too late for that too. Branch 4.3 has reached UI freeze so you can't even
>> add a setting to change it even if you could code it yourself. Light Blue
>> it
>> is.
>
> So you agree with my suggestion (third dash) below?
>
>>> - fine tuning for special cases needs a per document or per paragraph
>>> change
>>> - that is impossible/impractical with the appearance setting
>>> - so the easiest solution is say 60 or 50% grey
>>> - full automatic solution needs much more work, but is only relevant in
>>> relatively (very) few situations

At this point that is the *only* viable option. I would say Gray 6 (I can't
even find Light Blue as one of the defined colors...).

Another problem is that in addition to making the pilcrow
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilcrow) light blue the font is also smaller,
which doesn't help.

Finally: there is a BUG with non-printing characters in 4.3 (a REGRESSION
from 4.2) where only the last line of a paragraph shows the non-printing
spaces (which can't be noticed if you only test on a single line)... Of
course that this is hard to detect since all symbols are so small and
light...

Cheers,
Pedro



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