[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 68071] Editing: give non-printing characters a color different from the text

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Mon Aug 26 04:18:36 PDT 2013


--- Comment #4 from Cor Nouws <cno at nouenoff.nl> ---
(In reply to comment #3)

> I'm a bit concerned about the visibility of the characters. I'm not sure we
> can always rely on the selection color providing enough contrast, especially
> at 50% opacity. A single solid color would be easier to manage if bugs were
> to arise.
> I can suggest the color #6abed3 for now, but please feel free to suggest
> different ones.

The current color for non-printing characters (NPC) is the same as the font
So when choosing a color for NPC that is always the same, might be strange
sometimes? How does that look on other applications?
Other option would be the same color as the font but lighter?

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