Re: Question on Text Justification of Korean

Sangwhan Moon scripsit:

> [1] Wikipedia in Korean has a lot of these polyglot pages and I don't think it should/will change in the future.
> To this day, [2] polyglot notation in news headlines is still common. National laws are packed with this kind
> of notation and any document that contains legal citation will effectively be affected.

But this is true *only if* there are runs of hanja, not just single isolated
hanja, *and* the document is not tagged for Korean language.  Any problems
with kr.Wikipedia can be resolved just by ensuring that all pages are

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Received on Saturday, 25 October 2014 15:45:02 UTC