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bug#4710: 23.1.50; Bad display of underlines crossing line boundaries

From: Drew Adams
Subject: bug#4710: 23.1.50; Bad display of underlines crossing line boundaries
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2011 07:05:06 -0700

> > Not doing so could give the impression that there is 
> > actually a break (change) in the face attributes when
> > there is not.  If you do that, then perhaps some additional
> > display artifact should convey that -
> > e.g., perhaps a different fringe marker.
> Again, you seem to be confused: I'm specifically talking about "face
> continuations", i.e. ways to express the fact that the face continues
> rather than being broken.  That's the whole point of the two ? in
> my example.  Please make sure there's an actual disagreement before
> jumping on your keyboard ;-)

Great, so you jumped on your keyboard to express your violent agreement. ;-)

At any rate, it looks like your and my proposals for such a
line-wrapping-without-breaking case, while perhaps interesting, do not
correspond to the bug reported.

It appears that the OP was indeed about face extension across (hard) line breaks
into indented text on the next line.

That was what my original response was to: If it hurts, don't do it; and let's
not assume that whitespace should not show the face attributes of the adjacent
text just because it represents indentation.

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