> That looks good in this version.
Unfortunately I discovered two related flaws in TSE itself.
I used to set the configuration's 3D display options to ON, which "disables" the flaws, so I never noticed them before.
The new benefit of setting the 3D display options to OFF is, that it enables the Uniview extension to display non-Courier New characters too, like a checkmark character and Chinese characters.
However, with Courier New these options make "control characters" display as a "thin" empty square.
Look in TSE's ASCII Chart menu for examples.
Unfortunately character 127 is such a control character.
Character 127 is abundantly used as a quoting character when editing a Unicode file with my Unicode extension.
If these thin characters in the text occur to the right of a menu, this causes closing the menu to not properly restore the screen.
This is only a display error. Not pretty, but not harming actual text or functionality.
Such a thin character causes TSE to left-shift the rest of the line, but not the cursor.
This makes it frustrating to edit a Unicode file after thin characters, because the cursor is positioned incorrectly.
Again, only if the configuration's 3D display options are OFF.
So currently we have a choice to make: Be able to view more Unicode characters or edit Unicode lines with less frustration.
I might be able to compensate for Flaw 2 in a next version of Uniview.