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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2007-07-09 11:11 -------
I think I see the problem here, but I'm not sure it's a bug... Not all of it, 
that is.
Hyphenation is, in fact, only applicable to pure alphabetical characters. 
Strictly speaking, one cannot 
'hyphenate' a seven-digit number, if I interpret correctly.

That said, the case with the comma maybe could be handled better. Currently, 
from the point on where 
the hyphenator meets the comma (or more generally: any non-letter), it does not 
even attempt to 
hyphenate anymore.

What you're really looking for is unconditional wrapping of the text, rather 
than hyphenation, it seems. 
That would be wrap-option="wrap" on the blocks, which we claim to support 
according to the compliance 
page. After having a quick try, this feature seems to be broken, however...

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