I know that in e.g. Korean there are a few rules as to where you may break a sequence of glyphs.
Some must be kept together and be on the same line. Therefore I mean that hyphenation exists in
Korean and I thought that the same might have been true for Chinese, but I understand that this is
not the case.
From: M Henri Day [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 6. november 2013 18:28
To: Per Hyttel Larsen
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Chinese hyphenation
2013/11/6 Per Hyttel Larsen <email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>>
I will try to put the question again:
I am trying to find out if there is a hyphenation module for LibreOffice for the Chinese language
(traditional and/or simplyfied). Can any of you direct me towards someone who can answer this
Thanks in advance
From: Florian Effenberger
Sent: 5. november 2013 16:43
To: Per Hyttel Larsen
Subject: Re: Chinese hyphenation
Per Hyttel Larsen wrote on 2013-11-05 15:45:
I am trying to find out if there is a hyphenation module for
LibreOffice for the Chinese language (traditional and/or simplyfied).
Can you direct me towards someone who can answer this question ?
hmm... I sadly have no idea. Did you check the extensions website already? Otherwise, I recommend
asking on the users list.
Sorry I have no better answer for the moment, Florian
Per, as far as I know, hyphens are never used when writing Chinese glyphs, either simplified or
traditional, nor can I remember ever seeing them used in pinyin (拼音)
. May I inquire as to why you would have need of a hyphenation module for this language ?
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