Subject Re: Change Background
From Ken Mayer, dBase, LLC <>
Date Wed, 20 Oct 2021 13:45:02 -0700
Newsgroups dbase.getting-started

On 10/20/2021 1:15 PM, Mervyn Bick wrote:
> On 2021/10/20 21:41, Bob McKinney wrote:
>> Hi Ken:  I got the colors changed ( white BG,Black letters) OK. thanks.
>> I don't know why, when using the Source Editor, there are 2 very
>> smalll black square at the end of most lines of code.  The left square
>> has the letters "CR" , the right square has an "F'" in them.
>>   What are they for , How did they get there and how do you get rid of
>> them?  Thanks for the color help.....Bob
> The last square on the line should actually be LF which signifies a line
> feed.  The carriage return CR and linefeed LR are non-printing
> characters at the end of each line in the sourcecode.
> Some programmers like to see these in the code.  If you don't want them
> then open a file in the sourcecode editor.  Select Properties and then
> Source Editor Properties in the main menu.  In the Editor tab uncheck
> Show EOL Characters.

Ah. I knew someone would have it, I suppose the F' is just because
somehow it's hard to read on Bob's screen? Perhaps playing with the font
settings will help. I don't know why, but I never really looked at that
setting until now. (Probably because I never felt a need to see the
CR/LF characters ...)


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