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diff --git a/sources/pyside2/tests/QtWidgets/bug_688.py b/sources/pyside2/tests/QtWidgets/bug_688.py
index 716d88df..2bab2050 100644
--- a/sources/pyside2/tests/QtWidgets/bug_688.py
+++ b/sources/pyside2/tests/QtWidgets/bug_688.py
@@ -38,20 +38,20 @@ class BugTest(UsesQApplication):
editor = QTextEdit()
cursor = QTextCursor(editor.textCursor())
cursor.movePosition(QTextCursor.Start)
-
+
mainFrame = cursor.currentFrame()
-
+
plainCharFormat = QTextCharFormat()
boldCharFormat = QTextCharFormat()
boldCharFormat.setFontWeight(QFont.Bold);
cursor.insertText("""
- Text documents are represented by the
- QTextDocument class, rather than by QString objects.
- Each QTextDocument object contains information about
- the document's internal representation, its structure,
- and keeps track of modifications to provide undo/redo
- facilities. This approach allows features such as the
- layout management to be delegated to specialized
+ Text documents are represented by the
+ QTextDocument class, rather than by QString objects.
+ Each QTextDocument object contains information about
+ the document's internal representation, its structure,
+ and keeps track of modifications to provide undo/redo
+ facilities. This approach allows features such as the
+ layout management to be delegated to specialized
classes, but also provides a focus for the framework.""",
plainCharFormat)
@@ -62,28 +62,28 @@ class BugTest(UsesQApplication):
cursor.insertFrame(frameFormat)
cursor.insertText("""
- Documents are either converted from external sources
- or created from scratch using Qt. The creation process
- can done by an editor widget, such as QTextEdit, or by
+ Documents are either converted from external sources
+ or created from scratch using Qt. The creation process
+ can done by an editor widget, such as QTextEdit, or by
explicit calls to the Scribe API.""",
boldCharFormat)
cursor = mainFrame.lastCursorPosition()
cursor.insertText("""
- There are two complementary ways to visualize the
- contents of a document: as a linear buffer that is
- used by editors to modify the contents, and as an
- object hierarchy containing structural information
- that is useful to layout engines. In the hierarchical
- model, the objects generally correspond to visual
- elements such as frames, tables, and lists. At a lower
- level, these elements describe properties such as the
- style of text used and its alignment. The linear
- representation of the document is used for editing and
+ There are two complementary ways to visualize the
+ contents of a document: as a linear buffer that is
+ used by editors to modify the contents, and as an
+ object hierarchy containing structural information
+ that is useful to layout engines. In the hierarchical
+ model, the objects generally correspond to visual
+ elements such as frames, tables, and lists. At a lower
+ level, these elements describe properties such as the
+ style of text used and its alignment. The linear
+ representation of the document is used for editing and
manipulation of the document's contents.""",
plainCharFormat)
-
+
frame = cursor.currentFrame()
items = []
@@ -110,7 +110,7 @@ class BugTest(UsesQApplication):
b.__isub__(1)
i -= 1
-
+
if __name__ == '__main__':
unittest.main()