I'm working with Chinese text in TextEdit as a plain text .txt file.
This is what a normal line looks like: (and the style that my text document basically looks like)
𨃅𨃅 bai1 bai1 [pai⁵⁵ pai⁵⁵] (名) 瘸子、跛子。
this is a weird one:
𨃅𨃅儿端公——坐地使法 bai1 ber1 duan1 gong1——zo4 di4 si3 fa2 [pai⁵⁵ pər⁵⁵ tuan⁵⁵ koŋ⁵⁵ ——tso²¹³ ti²¹³ sɿ⁵³ fa²¹] (歇) 𨃅𨃅儿即瘸子、跛子之类的人士。端公即男巫。𨃅𨃅儿端公只好坐地使法。运用中指不亲自出面就在背后使用阴谋诡计。
I'm not sure why black text is suddenly looking kind of grey and thin - punctuation marks are likewise looking a little worse for the wear.
I think it may have something to do with the fact that I'm using a Unicode extension-B character (which may be using Hanazono font) giving everything behind it a weird look but I'm not sure. Also, this is plain text, I'm not really sure what could be interfering with it - but it's really starting to bug me. (it looks so nasty).
What can I do to fix my weird looking lines?