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Hyphenation does not work correctly on long string with many '-'





------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2003-12-29 09:24 -------
Sorry but this bug was created one year ago and I work no more on that subject 
for several months.

The second problem was due to a string with no breakpoint and larger than the 
width of the current block. It was printed outside the current block AND the 
paper sheet, so a large part was unreadable: this is not acceptable. I tried 
RenderX XEP and there was a problem too : all string was printed tigh on the 
rest of the line, with all characters stuck together or each upon other, and 
was unreadable too.
Default should be to cut the string and to print it on several lines to 
preserve readability.
I'm not sure it was possible to declare ',' as hyphenation character.

I don't remember the difference with third point. Probably I would have 
preferred to avoid a first line with only six characters.

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