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    petermcg
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    One improvement I’d like to suggest is that more descriptive glyphs be used for displaying control characters in ASCII text files. By default only a NUL character (code 0) is displayed using a @ glyph in EMEditor Professional. Here is a screen shot of another text editor showing exactly what I’d like EmEditor to look like:

    I know I can customize the EOF character at present using Marks but I would like all characters outside the normal range to be displayed using their ASCII symbol name as shown in the above screen shot.

    EmEditor is a fantastic editor, keep up the great work.

    #7004

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    petermcg wrote:
    One improvement I’d like to suggest is that more descriptive glyphs be used for displaying control characters in ASCII text files. By default only a NUL character (code 0) is displayed using a @ glyph in EMEditor Professional. Here is a screen shot of another text editor showing exactly what I’d like EmEditor to look like:

    I know I can customize the EOF character at present using Marks but I would like all characters outside the normal range to be displayed using their ASCII symbol name as shown in the above screen shot.

    EmEditor is a fantastic editor, keep up the great work.

    Thanks for your comment!

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