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Old 06-13-2012, 04:54 PM   #1
iamck25
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Supressing control characters in GTK+ based GUI's text area display


Hi,

I want to suppress/hide control characters in GTK+ based GUI's text area display. There is an ascii character
"ACK 6 ^F Acknowledge, clears ENQ logon hand" which comes as some annoying image.
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One more issue/limitations of gtk is that unable to provide scroll arrow option in the horizontal text entry box. has any one faced this before?

Thanks.
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