Dear Sr. Maria Ruth, thank you for your suggestion.
Am 01.12.2016 um 13:35 schrieb Infermeria Abbazia Mater Ecclesiae: > 2016-12-01 13:11 GMT+01:00 Dr. Martin Senftleben > Dear Martin, > > I got into your same problem months ago, and I found the solution to put > hyphens between <v> tags, like this: > (c3)Hört[Vox](f) ei-[cla<v>-</v>](e) ne[ra](f) It doesn't work. If I do this, the output is: Hört eine ... Vox c ra ... The hyphen after "ei" is lost, and only the "c" remains of the second Latin syllable (see attachment; the following word has been set in the way I described before). At least the following words are still there, but I guess I'll have to stick to my workaround. It looks still a bit better, even though not perfect. But I am already greatful to have such great tool at hand! And maybe in time I learn better how to use it. Thanks! Martin
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