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Re: Why can't be eaten while concealing?

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  • Ben Fritz
    On Dec 31 2011, 8:40 pm, Suresh Govindachar ... Probably because that s what folding is designed for. Although folding cannot
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      On Dec 31 2011, 8:40 pm, "Suresh Govindachar" <sgovindac...@...>
      wrote:
      > 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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