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DeviceType - SAPWIN printing other special characters as #

Hi Experts,

In smartform I need to use ALT+255(space counted as 1 character) which with have an output of '#' when printed.

I have searched that it is due to our device type SAPWIN i have to change it into SWINCF which is not an option for us.

Is there any way to make SAPWIN read special characters like ALT+255?

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  • May 22, 2018 at 10:33 AM

    Hi Michael,

    I suppose you mean the NBSP character is it right? Usually these NBSP characters are for HTML.
    As per the Unicode chart - - this special, non-printable character can only be handled by special Unicode device types, most other device types replace it by # during the print.

    If you had a Unicode system, you could have created the spool really via device type SWINCF/PDFUC, which supports character U+00A0.

    Best regards,

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