Kike Posted January 19 Report Share Posted January 19 Hi In the new GUI version, I've noticed that Plastic has started displaying != as a unified character (=/=) by default. That's pretty confusing for a program focused on telling people what changed in a text file. Doing character replacements like that can mislead users or obscure weird problems (what if a program actually inserted that symbol as a special Unicode character?). In my opinion, text should be displayed as is in the file, char per char. If a user wanted to do this, it should be a preference, but certainly not a default behaviour. Can this be reversed? If it cannot, can it be toggled off somewhere? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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