--- Comment #20 from William Gathoye <will...@gathoye.be> ---
IMHO, if the user has to change the color of non printing characters manually,
this means the piece of software has a design issue, i.e. a UX problem.
You specified a bunch of configurations (blueish screen tint, document
background color, automatic colour scheme, etc...) which could make these non
printing characters nearly invisible because of the same color.
This is why I mentioned, way earlier, the ability to recompute the color of non
printing characters depending of the color the background of the document has.
This could solve this issue. And if that color computation doesn't suit the
user's needs, the ability to change that color manually must still be offered
to the end user. Whether it should be in the main options or the advanced
options should depend on the usage rate of this feature.
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