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Old 12-13-2006, 10:41 PM   #1
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Kwrite's Xs in the margin

I have always noticed that KWrite fills the margins of every line but the first line in a paragraph with Xs, bring every line flush with the indentation of the first line. Can I make itleave the Xs out? I don't want them.
Old 12-14-2006, 11:20 AM   #2
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The only cure I know or have been able to find is to turn off "Dynamic Word Wrap" (F10); however, I suspect that that cure is worse than the "disease".

What (unsuccessful) searches have you already done?

I'd say "RTFM", but I think the "FM" is woefully out of date -- mine is "Revision 2.00.00 (2001-06-13)" . . . (It doesn't even mention the View menu.)

What are your versions of:
  • KDE
  • KWrite
  • The KWrite Handbook

Sorry this isn't more helpful.


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