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Le dimanche 29 août 2010 à 22:37 +0100, Ken Moffat a écrit :
On Sun, Aug 29, 2010 at 07:50:06PM +0200, Nicolas Delvaux wrote:
> Of course it would be better if nnbsp were at least "unbreakable" but,
> with the current kbd, even non-break spaces break (because they are
> mapped to 0x20). Perhaps this is by design, I don't know.
The console fonts run in a tty. I think the appropriate
description might be "what you ask for is what you get".
If you are looking at html in a browser, the browser makes decisions
about how to process the nbsp entity. But for plain text, you get
what the current font produces for that character. The font doesn't
add a linefeed of its own accord - long lines just appear to wrap onto
the next line of the screen.
Indeed, it's logical, thanks.<BR>
As a side note to this "feature request", there is other Unicode spaces you might want to support: <A HREF="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_%28punctuation%29#Table_of_spaces">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_%28punctuation%29#Table_of_spaces</A><BR>
I let you see, personally I just need narrow non-break spaces. ;-)<BR>