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63617Re: Why can't be eaten while concealing?

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  • Ben Fritz
    Jan 2, 2012
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      On Dec 31 2011, 8:40 pm, "Suresh Govindachar" <sgovindac...@...>
      > Hello,
      > When a string is concealed, characters in the string along each line are
      > replaced by nothing;  but any <CR>s in the string remain as <CR>s.  Why is
      > the design this way?  If it is possible to make conceal remove any <CR>s in
      > the string being concealed, please consider offering this feature.

      Probably because that's what folding is designed for. Although folding
      cannot completely remove the folded lines, it will bring it down to a
      single line.

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