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|0001372||[Squeak] TrueType||minor||always||06-23-05 17:20||09-30-13 23:22|
|Summary||0001372: Fonts have invisible characters|
|Description||Try "(0 to: 255) asByteArray asString" - there are many blank glyphs|
(0001676 - 670 - 670 - 670 - 670 - 670 - 670)
|I tried this in 3.6, 3.8, and 3.9 and I guess I see what you mean in terms of there always being some ASCII characters that have no glyph, generally those that don't normally have a visual representation. Exactly which ones those are vary somewhat from image to image and in some cases some of those characters have a glyph which is an empty box. Are you just suggesting that that should be more consistently the case? That every character have some glyph even if it is just a box or other character representing the fact that character has no visual representation? I don't think you would want that to be true in many cases though, for example: \n, \r, \f, \t, \b.|
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|Yes I'd like to have at least an outlined box for each glyph. Even for those CRs, LFs etc, because normally these are not rendered - the character scanner advances the position instead. It still happens in some circumstances to get a control character into your string, like I pressed enter and got a character of value 3 in the sourcecode and the compiler rightfully complains - but you don't *see* anything wrong.|
(0001712 - 198 - 210 - 210 - 210 - 210 - 210)
Unprintable characters trouble the compiler.
Some unprintable characters are not 'seen' as blank spaces and when adjacent
to a token, like a selector, they become part of it. This is hard to spot.
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|masm: That is indeed one of the problems. However, there is one legitimate blank character (char value 160), which is the non-breakable space. Not sure how to deal with that. As it happens, Apple Mail uses that character for indentation, so if I copy code from a Mail it won't compile :(|
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It looks like the issue I reported (0001342).
Some glyphs don't have a representation while they should. Check the typographic glyphs; most are gone (“”—–‘’œ…). I really miss them.
|06-23-05 17:20||bert||New Issue|
|06-23-05 18:06||KenCausey||Assigned To||KenCausey =>|
|06-23-05 18:06||KenCausey||Category||Any => Graphics|
|06-23-05 18:06||KenCausey||Status||assigned => new|
|06-23-05 18:10||KenCausey||Note Added: 0001676|
|06-23-05 19:19||bert||Note Added: 0001677|
|07-02-05 02:47||masm||Note Added: 0001712|
|07-02-05 11:51||bert||Note Added: 0001713|
|08-28-05 12:58||hitoro||Note Added: 0002562|
|10-27-05 10:57||andreas||Category||Graphics => Fonts|
|10-27-05 18:58||KenCausey||Relationship added||related to 0001342|
|09-30-13 23:22||tim||Status||new => assigned|
|09-30-13 23:22||tim||Assigned To||=> tim|
|09-30-13 23:23||tim||Relationship added||related to 0001650|
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