Printing dots

VEXcode V5 Blocks 1.0.0-2460

The extended ascii characters don’t display on the Brain’s screen. The code editor allows you to type them in, but they display as periods/dots.

ASCII Characters 128 through 154 allow displays to represent other languages more accurately (being more culturally inclusive).

Characters, like ASCII 176 through 206 would allow students to be creative with displaying things on the screen without haven’t to decompose into pixels, lines, rectangles, and circles.

for extended characters, select one of the “prop” (meaning proportional) fonts.
The mono fonts are good for numbers and simple text, but they have a very limited character set, I will see if that can be extended a bit for vexos 1.0.9.
The Prop font contains approximately 5300 characters.