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Re: [css3-text] line break opportunities are based on *syllable* boundaries?

From: Ambrose LI <ambrose.li@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2011 17:06:03 -0500
Message-ID: <AANLkTikcvXyFBrq+LPUd0iHCnfHZVpMq2VOraEW0zBzC@mail.gmail.com>
To: John Cowan <cowan@mercury.ccil.org>
Cc: CE Whitehead <cewcathar@hotmail.com>, kojiishi@gluesoft.co.jp, addison@lab126.com, kennyluck@w3.org, www-style@w3.org, www-international@w3.org
I probably shouldn’t have call them rules, maybe a typographically
desired preference, something you’d want to be able to accomplish if
you mind about details. But if we are talking about the kind of
Western typography that CSS wants to eventually achieve, we might as
well take such things into consideration.

2011/1/29 John Cowan <cowan@mercury.ccil.org>:
> Ambrose LI scripsit:
>> I agree in principle, but not completely. It is not entirely true that
>> we can break at between about any two random Chinese characters, and I
>> have written a bit about it at http://goo.gl/aZqxG
> Thank you very much for this information.  I was not aware of the special
> rules for flush-left paragraphs.
> --
> John Cowan              cowan@ccil.org          http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
> Most people are much more ignorant about language than they are about
> [other subjects], but they reckon that because they can talk and read and
> write, their opinions about talking and reading and writing are as well
> informed as anybody's.  And since I have DNA, I'm entitled to carry on at
> length about genetics without bothering to learn anything about it.  Not.
>                        --Mark Liberman


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