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In the version of ZWEI on system 20.4, with microcode 600, on LISP Machine One:

I notice that if you create multiple-font text in your buffer with ZWEI,
then when the text is written to a file the font changes get converted
to ^F-type font changing commands, which is nifty.  But there seems to be
no way to perform the inverse of this, i.e. read a file into a ZWEI buffer
and have the ^F commands interpreted as font changes so you see the fonts
on your screen.  (It would be nice if this could also look for font defining
commands in the buffer; this might require first looking for a mode line like
	.c -*-Processor:TJ6-*-
or something like that, so as to know what kind of font-defining command
to look for.