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Keith J. Schultz keithjschultz at web.de
Mon Nov 14 16:02:19 CET 2011

Hi Zdenek,

I am suggesting that one be forced to use any particular editor.

But, if we want a unified/consistent editor across all platforms,
I would consider TeXWorks as a viable candidate as it is already cross platform.
It should be easy enough to add a feature that could make the different forms of
white space visible. 

I do not use TeXworks so I can not say if it works via telnet or ssh. 

Personally, I think when working with unicode you should use a graphics
capable terminal. But, that is just my position.


Am 14.11.2011 um 15:16 schrieb Zdenek Wagner:

> 2011/11/14 Keith J. Schultz <keithjschultz at web.de>:
>> Well, Zdenek,
>> I guess that is where TeXWorks comes to mind. It could give a unified
>> GUI for TeX with unicode.
> Does it mean I will be forced to use TeXWorks and nothing else? And
> will it work over telnet or ssh without graphics? I have other unicode
> capable editors if proper fonts are installed but none of them
> displays nonbreakable space in a way clearly distinguishable from
> normal space.

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