NPC -- Non-Printing Character 
The LibreOffice VCL canvas will apply "field" shading to a broad class of control and non-printing
characters, we've asked to give them more distinction from fielded values 
From: John Kaufmann <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2021 2:21 PM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [EXTERNAL] [libreoffice-users] Non-breaking dash/hyphen
Excellent! (I was wondering what happened to U+2011 as I investigated the "General Punctuation"
group.) So it's just a matter of the Liberation family not covering the U+2011 codepoint - but a
replacement glyph is provided. Thanks!
You used a term I don't recognize: "NPC". My search turned up that it is a popular abbreviation
for "non-playing character" in domains like WoW, Runelite and lots of other things of which I know
nothing, but fortunately I don't think you used it in that context. I suspect it is close to that
textually -- "non" <?> "character" -- but I decided I had best ask: ?
On 2021-03-24 14:56, V Stuart Foote wrote:
You've missed the one Unicode point that does exactly what you require, but its use will depend
on the font in use.
U+2011 NON-BREAKING HYPHEN
You can enter via LibreOffice Special Character dialog, or LibreOffice's Unicode toggle. That is
you can type U+2011 and then <Alt>+X to toggle the glyph.
If the font in use does not "cover" the codepoint, you'll get a fallback replacement or possibly
the no glyph value for the font.
When added to canvas the non-breaking hyphen character will receive NPC highlighting.
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