hard space in names of objects?
erikhans08 at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 16 01:01:57 CDT 2005
--- "Jeanne A. E. DeVoto"
<revolution at jaedworks.com> wrote:
> Not just HTML; you can use a non-breaking space
> whenever you don't
> want a line to break. For example, between a
> title (Dr., Mr., etc.)
> and the name; or between the characters of an
> equation where you want
> the equation all on one line for readability.
a non-breaking space sounds like an
invisible underline. i remember a discussion
at Monterrey on underlines in names of objects
btw black belt practitioners Gaskin and Rossi.
no food was thrown and the trade-offs seemed
about even. the big disadvantege of underlines
was not being able to double-click on the name
to select it.
assuming you script set the title with
numToChar() for the break, would there be
any problems btw systems, versions, and who
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