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RE: Mongolian NNBSP [I18N-ACTION-458]

From: Greg Eck <greck@postone.net>
Date: Sat, 1 Aug 2015 15:40:47 +0000
To: Richard Wordingham <richard.wordingham@ntlworld.com>, "public-i18n-mongolian@w3.org" <public-i18n-mongolian@w3.org>
Message-ID: <BN3PR10MB0321FFF2B7F12ABDE34F056BAF890@BN3PR10MB0321.namprd10.prod.outlook.com>
I don't know of any spell-checkers for Mongolian in Word.
Aaron, do you know of anything in the works for spell-checkers in Mongolian?
Greg


-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Wordingham [mailto:richard.wordingham@ntlworld.com]
Sent: Saturday, August 1, 2015 7:00 PM
To: public-i18n-mongolian@w3.org
Subject: Re: Mongolian NNBSP [I18N-ACTION-458]

On Sat, 1 Aug 2015 11:31:54 +0100
Andrew West <andrewcwest@gmail.com<mailto:andrewcwest@gmail.com>> wrote:

> I thought that rendering engines were already correctly rendering
> suffixes after NNBSP, and that the issue was with some editors and
> word processors (notably Word) incorrectly segmenting Mongolian text
> for word counting, word selection and word navigation purposes.  If
> text-processing applications rely on WordBreakProperty.txt for word
> breaking then they should work after the change is introduced; if not,
> then it is up to users to report the behaviour as a bug to the
> individual software vendors.

Word doesn't use WordBreakProperty.txt.  While Microsoft may take note of a recommended change to the file, the trouble with NNBSP should be reported independently.  The best argument would be what happens for spell-checking.  Does Word have a Mongolian spell-checker?

Richard.
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