Using Common Lisp Language

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    5thQuadrant
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    Thanks for bounding with “Common Lisp” for users when taking notes for codes.

    However, I found there are “…..” or “-> -> ->” in lines to fill up empty spaces. They all show in grey colour. I know they are not actual characters filled in spaces but just indicating there are empty spaces.
    Is there a way to hide them? They are really annoying.

    BTW in most of cases I turn nodes to “Common Lisp” for writing AutoLISP for AutoCAD drawings.

    Regards.

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    giuspen
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    OK those are the characters to display the presence of tabs, the empty spaces would be represented by dots. I can support this in future but at the moment I’m only taking care of bugfixes since all the effort is in porting cherrytree to c++ and gtk3

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