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Pre-edit strings may have a double-underline attribute, which is a important indicator for editing, but the double underline doesn't render because it extends slightly below the bottom of the line.
I submitted a patch, but since I can't repro it on my system I need feedback about it.
It works but it makes *all* the lines in the editor permanently higher.
It would be better just to overpaint it IMO instead of adjusting the screen size.
Bumping to major since making all the lines taller looks really weird.
The screencast does that too btw. - since I couldn't reproduce it I couldn't see how it looks :/
I'll try to make only the line higher that contains the pre-edit string.
Other texteditors on Windows simply overpaint it and don't resize anything, e.g. notepad: http://screencast.com/t/AQyH68DH
I now use the height tree to make only 1 line taller. Should look better now.
mhutch: our drawing can't overpaint :) - I think resizing is the way to go and now that the editor can handle single line height changes it should use them.
I simply couldn't see how it looks. I just did mimic the gtk widget behaviour - from looks it made all lines taller. Which I found a bit weird - that's why I asked for feedback.
How is this now looking ?
Looks fine :)