IJ with accent

Kent Karlsson kent.karlsson14 at telia.com
Wed Sep 28 18:12:43 CDT 2016

Den 2016-09-28 22:48, skrev "Richard Wordingham"
<richard.wordingham at ntlworld.com>:

> On Wed, 28 Sep 2016 12:30:04 -0700
> "Doug Ewell" <doug at ewellic.org> wrote:
>>> Technically I see one, as bíj́na shound never break between í and
>>> j́,
>> These wor-
>> ds should not bre-
>> ak at the places wh-
>> ere I have broken t-
>> hem
>> but they don't need embedded control characters to enforce that.
> Indeed, there aren't any control characters to control hyphenation.

Well, there is SOFT HYPHEN, as you yourself noted later.

There is also
0083;<control>;Cc;0;BN;;;;;N;NO BREAK HERE;;;;

"NBH is used to indicate a point where a line break shall not occur when
text is formatted."

But that is in the C1 area, most of which nearly no-one implements...


> Indeed, CGJ between default grapheme clusters is often a very good
> place to hyphenate.
> Richard.

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