[XeTeX] Unicode line separator

mike leonard mikeleonard at gmail.com
Thu Nov 17 15:28:14 CET 2005

> Is a LINE SEP character supposed to be used in source to start a new
> line, or to be inserted into the output so that when copying text
> from the PDF, this char comes along for the ride so that whichever
> app you're pasting into knows where the lines actually end?
> Or both, for that matter?

 Possibly both. I had the impression that it was to be used as a logical
line break. SubEthaEdit allows you to choose what kind of line endings to
use and the Unicode LINE SEP is one of the options. I like to keep my
documents as clean and un-marked-up as possible and using a proper line
separator seemed like a good way to eliminate all those pesky little
 Thanks for all of the help.
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